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Mycomune 500mg Strip Of 10 Tablets

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Mycomune 500 MG Description

Mycomune 500 tablet contains Mycophenolic acid as the primary ingredient. Mycomune 500 tablet belongs to the immunosuppressant class of drugs and contains Mycophenolate sodium. It is used with other

medications to prevent your body from rejecting a transplanted organ (such as a kidney, heart, or liver). It works by suppressing your immune system so that the transplanted organ is not attacked. Do not take more than the prescribed dose. If you observe any severe side effects, contact your doctor immediately or rush to the nearest hospital. Store the medication in a cool and dry place away from direct sunlight and moisture.


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Offer Price₹659.26
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ContainsMycophenolic Acid(500.0 Mg)
Usesprevention of organ transplant rejection, immunosuppressant therapy after kidney transplant
Side effectsnausea, vomiting, diarrhoea, dizziness, shortness of breath, weakness
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Uses of Mycomune 500 MG

  • Prevention of organ transplant rejection
  • Immunosuppressant therapy after kidney transplant

Contraindications of Mycomune 500 MG

  • Allergy to mycophenolate sodium, mycophenolic acid, mycophenolate mofetil or any other excipient
  • Vaccination with live and attenuated strains
  • Anaemia
  • Neutropenia
  • Kidney problems
  • Serious digestive problems
  • Cancer
  • Liver disease
  • Hepatitis B
  • Hepatitis C
  • Current/past infections
  • Genetic disorders
  • Lesch-Nyhan syndrome
  • Kelley-Seegmiller syndromes

Side effects of Mycomune 500 MG

  • Nausea
  • Vomiting
  • Constipation
  • Diarrhoea
  • Dizziness
  • Shortness of breath
  • Acne
  • Weakness
  • Muscle pain
  • Swollen hands, ankles or feet
  • Itching
  • Respiratory infections
  • Cough
  • Headache

Precautions and Warnings of Mycomune 500 MG



Can I take Mycomune 500mg tablets during pregnancy?
If you are pregnant or expecting to become pregnant, do not use Mycomune 500mg tablets. During the first three months of pregnancy, there is a substantial risk of miscarriage. In addition, it may potentially result in a baby's birth defects. As a result, you must use two appropriate forms of birth control for four weeks before starting Mycomune 500 tablet, for the duration of the treatment, and for six weeks after stopping Mycomune 500 tablet. In addition, because Mycomune 500 tablets may reduce the effectiveness of birth control pills, it is necessary to take a second type of birth control in addition to birth control pills.

Breast Feeding

Can I take Mycomune 500 tablet while breastfeeding?
Mycomune 500 tablet is probably not safe during breastfeeding. This is because Mycomune 500 tablet traces can be present in breastmilk. Therefore, this medicine is not safe while breastfeeding. Your physician studies the risks vs benefits before prescribing this medicine. If you take this medicine, closely observe your newborn for any undesired side effects.


Can I drive if I have consumed Mycomune 500 tablet?
Mycomune 500 tablet is safe while driving. There was no interaction between Mycomune 500 tablet and driving.


Can I consume alcohol with Mycomune 500 tablet?
Yes. The use of the Mycomune 500 tablet is not safe. There is evidence that Mycomune 500 tablet and alcohol interactions can exaggerate the side effects.

Other General Warnings

Talk to your doctor if
  • You have kidney or liver disease
  • You develop symptoms of infection such as sore throat, high temperature, or any other infections
  • You start developing a bruising, bleeding, sore throat, or mouth ulcers
  • You are allergic to mycophenolate sodium, mycophenolic acid, mycophenolate mofetil or any other excipient
  • You have got vaccination with live and attenuated strains
  • You have anaemia
  • You have neutropenia
  • You have kidney problems,
  • You have serious digestive problems
  • You have cancer
  • Liver disease
  • You have hepatitis B or C
  • You have current/past infections
  • You have genetic disorders
  • You have a Lesch-Nyhan syndrome
  • You have Kelley-Seegmiller syndromes
  • You have neutropenia
  • You are taking other prescription, non-prescription medication, vitamins or minerals

Mode of Action of Mycomune 500 MG

How Does It Work?

Mycophenolic acid, an immunosuppressant and anti-inflammatory medication used to treat organ transplant rejection, is included in this tablet. As a result, antibody creation is suppressed, suppressing...
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Directions for Use of Mycomune 500 MG

  • Your surgeon will establish the dosage and frequency of the Mycomune 500 tablet
  • The Mycomune 500 tablet must be swallowed whole, with no crushing, chewing, or breaking into half
  • Every day, take the Mycomune 500 tablet before food
  • Even if you feel better, keep taking Mycomune 500 tablet until your doctor tells you otherwise

Interactions of Mycomune 500 MG

Interactions with other medicines

  • Mycomune 500 tablet interaction with other immunosuppressant medicines like tacrolimus can cause severe reactions
  • Mycomune 500 tablet interacts with medicines used to treat high blood cholesterol levels like cholestyramine. It can decrease EC mycophenolate sodium absorption and disturb enterohepatic recirculation
  • Mycomune 500 tablets with antacids containing magnesium and aluminium can decrease the plasma concentrations of mycophenolic acid
  • Antiherpesvirus activities of medicines used to treat viral infections like aciclovir or ganciclovir are potentiated when taken with Mycomune 500 tablet

Interactions with food items

Because food may interfere with the absorption of Mycomune 500 tablet. Take it on an empty stomach, either 1 hour before or 2 hours after a meal, unless your surgeon tells you differently.

Storage and disposal of Mycomune 500 MG

  • Mycomune 500 tablets should be kept in their original packaging
  • Keep it cool and dry in its original container between 25-28°C
  • Keep away from children and pets
  • The expired medications should be discarded immediately
  • Mycomune 500 tablets should not be flushed, thrown down the drain or discarded in household waste
  • Talk to your pharmacist about the safe ways to discard medications

Dosage of Mycomune 500 MG


Overdose symptoms of Mycomune 500 tablet are abdominal pain, vomiting, headache and dizziness. If you observe these symptoms, inform your doctor or immediately rush to the nearest hospital.

Missed a Dose

If you forget to take Mycomune 500 tablet, take it as soon as you remember. If it's almost time for your next dose or it's been more than 8 hours, skip the missed Mycomune 500 tablet dose and get back...
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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)


Q: How long does it take for the Mycomune 500 tablet to start working?

A: Mycomune 500 tablet does not function right away, and you may need to wait for 8 to 12 weeks to observe any results. Because Mycomune 500 tablet does not cure your illness, you must continue to take it. You may need to take Mycomune 500 tablet for several years to ensure that organ rejection does not recur.

Q: Is it necessary for me to undergo any additional tests while taking Mycomune 500 tablet?

A: Your doctor will order a blood test before you begin therapy because Mycomune 500 tablet can impact your blood count, kidneys, and liver. You will be asked to perform regular blood tests once the treatment starts to check for any changes in your blood. These blood tests will track your reaction to the treatment and any potential side effects.

Q: Is Mycomune 500 tablet a steroid or an anti-cancer medication? Is it possible that it will result in hair loss?

A: The Mycomune 500 tablet isn't a steroid or a chemotherapy drug. It's an immunosuppressant, which means it suppresses or weakens your immune system so that your body doesn't reject a donated organ from someone else. Hair loss is a typical Mycomune 500 tablet adverse effect.

Q: Is it possible for Mycomune 500 tablet to cause cancer?

A: Certain diseases, such as skin cancer and lymphoma, may be increased by taking Mycomune 500 tablet. When outside, use protective gear and apply sunscreen to minimise unnecessary or prolonged exposure to the sun. If you have a sore whose one part does not look like the other, skin changes, sores that do not heal, unexplained fever, tiredness that does not go away, weight loss, or pain or swelling in the neck, groyne, or armpits, call your doctor.
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Last Updated on: 16 May 2022 | 12:43 PM (IST)

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