Hello,I'm Jessica, I'm 19 about to turn 20 years old. I received my liver transplant when I was 3 years old so I've been with my organ for about 17 years. I had a bit of a rejection stage at the very beginning but am 100% better now. I was prescribed Prograf and had been taking it basically all my life. For a while it seemed to work and really have an effect on me. If I stopped taking it for a while my blood levels would fluctuate and thus my doctors would change the dosage of my medicine. However, as I get older I started noticing my body react differently to the Prograf. I began having constant headaches and began having really bad hand trembles. I went to see a neurologist and he confirmed it was the Prograf I was taking. My gastro doctor tried to deny it by saying my dosage was too low but I noticed otherwise. They got so bad that I wouldn't even be able to take notes in class while the trembling occurred. On the occasional days that I would forget to take my pills, the tremblings would be very slight if any at all. I stopped taking the medicine without consulting my doctor ( yes, now I understand how risky that was but in my despair to try and my way out of the hand trembling situation, that was my immediate though. During that time I would still get called in to get blood work and my doctor would always call back saying my results were great. He didn't know I had stopped my meds at this point and that instead I was smoking marijuana. Could marijuana be the new way of healing patients with liver transplants and or other transplants?