Mycept-S 360 Tablet
Mycept-S 360mg Tablet helps in the prevention of organ rejection in transplant patients. The drug may take about 6 to 12 weeks to start working. Keep taking it as prescribed by your medical practitioner.
Mycept-S 360mg Tablet used with corticosteroids and cyclosporine to prevent organ rejection in patients receiving allogenic renal and cardiac transplants. It is also prescribed for the treatment of rejection in liver transplant patients unable to tolerate tacrolimus or cyclosporine due to neurotoxicity.
This medicine is also employed in mild rejection in heart transplant patients. Also, Mycept-S 360mg Tablet is prescribed for the treatment of moderate-severe psoriasis.
Consume this medication with food to minimize possible side effects like nausea and stomach pain. If you are feeling like you have developed side effects such as sore throat, high temperature, any other signs of infections, immediately consult a doctor.
Women who are pregnant or breastfeeding must take medical help before using this drug. Your doctor may get regular blood tests done to monitor the levels of blood cells in your blood.
Information given here is based on the salt content of the medicine. Uses and effects of the medicine may vary from person to person. It is advisable to consult a Dermatologist before using this medicine.
This medication is primarily used for the following conditions:
Here are some of the possible side effects of this medication:
Nausea Or Vomiting
High Blood Pressure
Decreased White Blood Cell Count
Are there any overdose instructions?
In case of an overdose, you may experience side effects like restlessness, anxiety, confusion or dizziness. In such cases, make sure that you consult a doctor with immediate effect.
Are there any missed dose instructions?
It is advisable that you do not miss a dosage since there is just one dose per day. Consume the missed dosage as soon as you remember.
Being an immunosuppressant, Mycept-S 360mg Tablet helps in reducing the action of the body’s own defence system (the immune system) and prevents rejection of the transplanted organ. It causes inhibition of purine synthesis of human lymphocytes and proliferation of human lymphocytes.