my husband had his liver transplant sept. 2008, and everything went very well, now he is only on the prograf and prednisone and is very lucky for that, but he has had several episodes of confusion. It usually last 6- 8 hours and starts with him feeling sick then vomitting, he wanders around the house and his sentences are all with the wrong words, he's like an alzheimers patient, and he also gets the shakes, he's been to the hospital twice for this but they had no answers other than his electrolytes were out of balance,(magnesium and potassium), he takes supplements and i cook dinners incorporating plenty of healthy foods and hydrate him with gatorade and vitamin water, yet it still happens, prograf level is normal as well, are we missing something???
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