Tacroz Ointment is said to belong to a group of medicines which are known as an immunosuppressant. Tacroz Ointment is used to treat severe atopic dermatitis or eczema and used under the supervision of a qualified physician. Tacrolimus Ointment works by blocking the action of Calcineurin, a substance found in the white blood cells. It prevents the white blood cells from producing lymphokines, helping treat the condition.
How to Use Tacroz 0.03% Ointment?
Tacroz ointment 0.03 is for topical use only. Wash the hands thoroughly before using the ointment and apply a thin layer to the affected area. Use the ointment as advised by the doctor. Avoid getting it in the eyes or the mouth. Ensure to consult a doctor if one experiences any undesirable effects.
Side effects of Tacroz 0.03% Ointment
Tacrolimus Ointment causes some major and minor side effects such as diarrhea, dizziness, headache, abdominal pain, swelling of feet or lower legs, blurred vision, weight loss, sweating, acidity, loss of strength, body pain, and scaly skin.
This was a bad dream for the first week, conscious throughout the night, tingling and consuming.
review by MacKay on 1/1/2020
This was a bad dream for the first week, conscious throughout the night, tingling and consuming. The specialist cautioned me about this and instructed me to stick it out, so happy I did. Gave me my life back.