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What happens if you don't take the medications after a liver transplant?

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Dr. Barry Browne
General Surgery 36 years experience
Lots of Bad Things: Failure to take your medicines correctly can lead to rejection, infection, graft failure, and death.
Dr. Stuart Flechner
Urology 47 years experience
Possible rejection: If you are referring to the anti rejection drugs, there is a chance you can reject the organ and go back into liver failure. Discuss your situation with your transplant team before you maybe any changes on your own.

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