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I am suffering from membranous nephritis. My protein in urine is 3gm. But creatinine normal. Protein in blood is bit low. Doctor gave me tacrolimus cap ip 1+1 mg twice daily. ramistar 2.5 and wysolone ,shelcal 500. But someone tell me tacrolimus is used for kidney transplantation. Is it right or if I go for another doctor? Is this disease curable?Please suggest. I am 31 years old.

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Tacrolimus is used for kidney transplant as well as membranous nephropathy. It takes a little time for protein to reduce. Just be patient, and follow the instructions given by your nephrologist. You should be fine.
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