Myser 250mg Capsule
Myser 250 MG Description
The Myser 250 mg Capsule is used in combination with other medicines for the treatment of active tuberculosis of the lungs and other parts of the body. It is also used in the treatment of urinary inf
ections where other forms of medicines have not been able to cure the infection. This medicine contains cycloserine. It is an antibiotic and an anti-tuberculosis medicine, given when other medicines have stopped working. Doctors advise a blood test before starting the Myser Capsule to make sure that it will be effective in managing the condition. Myser 250 mg Capsule has the potential of causing nerves, brain, and kidney-related adverse effects. The development of any psychiatric symptom while giving this medicine must be observed and reported to the doctor. These symptoms get reversed once the medicine is withdrawn. Regular blood tests are done while on treatment with Myser to look for blood deficiencies, liver and kidneys problems. Consuming alcohol Myser Capsule may cause severe convulsions.
|You Save||₹82.75 (15% on MRP)|
|Uses||Medicine resistant tuberculosis as second line of treatment.|
|Side effects||Headache, fits, hallucinations, disorientation, confusion, tingling sensation in hands and feet.|
Uses of Myser 250 MG
- As per US FDA, Myser 250 mg capsule is used in
- Treatment of medicine resistant Tuberculosis when the primary line of medicines has failed to cure the condition
- Treatment of urinary infections when the usual medicines have not shown desired effects.
Contraindications of Myser 250 MG
- If you are allergic to the active or inactive ingredients of Myser Capsule in the past
- If you have been drinking alcohol
- If you have kidney disease
- If you have fits
- If you have depression
- If you have anxiety or psychotic disorder
- If you have a condition called porphyria
Side effects of Myser 250 MG
- Heart problems
- Liver problems
- Vitamin and blood deficiency
- Changes in the behaviour and thoughts
- Tingling and prickly sensation in the hands and feet
Precautions and Warnings of Myser 250 MG
Other General Warnings
- You experience headaches, tremors, fits or convulsions.
- You experience symptoms related to depression, anxiety or psychosis.
- You have confusion, anger or loss of memory.
- You have been diagnosed with heart, liver or kidney problems.
- You develop rashes and allergies.
- You have thoughts of hurting yourself.
- You experience pins like sensations in your hands and feet.
- You are planning a pregnancy or are breastfeeding.
Mode of Action of Myser 250 MG
How Does It Work?
Directions for Use of Myser 250 MG
- Myser 250 mg Capsule is to be swallowed whole with a glass of water or juice. Do not open the capsule.
- It is better to take a Myser Capsule on an empty stomach. If you take this medicine with food, it should be a non-fatty meal, as fats slow the absorption of Myser.
- For optimal pharmacological effects, take Myser Capsule at the same time every day for the prescribed course of medication.
- Do not skip any doses of Myser Tablets.
Interactions of Myser 250 MG
Interactions with other medicines
- To avoid side effects associated with medicine interaction, it is important to inform the doctor about all medicines you and health supplements you are currently taking.
- Myser Capsules are known to interact with the following medicines:
- Medicine used in the treatment of tuberculosis, such as isoniazid and ethionamide, have the tendency to increase the side effects related to brain and nerves such as dizziness, sleepiness and disorientation when given along with Myser Capsule. These medicines should not be given while on treatment with Myser Capsules. ...
- Medicine supplements such as calcium, magnesium, vitamin B may be less absorbed while on treatment with Myser.
Interactions with food items
- Fatty meals slow down the absorption of Myser 250 mg Capsule, and hence, should be avoided.
Storage and disposal of Myser 250 MG
Dosage of Myser 250 MG
Missed a Dose
Dr. Tulika Singh
M.B.B.S, DFM, PDGPPHC, MPH(NUS)
Dr. Jagruti Jain
M.B.B.S., M.D., D.N.B., General Medicine
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
Q: What should I do if I feel weak and tired while I am on treatment with a Myser Capsule for my condition?
Q: I have been told that Myser Capsule is an antitubercular medicine. Why do I need to take other medicines along with it?
Q: What should I do if I feel dizzy after starting the Myser Capsule?
Q: What should I do to remember taking my TB medicines every day?
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