Cyclotag 100mgCapsule is used to prevent your body rejecting a new organ after a liver,kidney or heart transplant. Cyclotag100mg Capsule works by weakening your immune system so that your body doesnot attack the new organ. Cyclotag 100mgCapsule can also be used to treat severe rheumatoid arthritis and a skincondition called psoriasis.
The amount of Cyclotag 100mg Capsuleyou take depends on your weight, medical condition and what you are taking itfor. Your doctor will plan the correct dose for you. Do not change the dosewithout talking to your doctor. Cyclotag100mg Capsule can be taken with or without food. Cyclotag 100mg Capsule is better to take it, in the same way, eachtime and at the same time every day to get the maximum benefit. Keep takingthese tablets for as long as you have been told to, even if you feel well.Stopping treatment may increase the risk of your transplanted organ beingrejected.
The most common side effects of this Cyclotag100mg Capsule include headache, unusual growth of facial or body hair, highblood pressure, diarrhea and shaking or tremors. Because it lowers your immunesystem, you may also catch more infections than usual. Tell your doctorstraight away if you develop an infection. For the same reason, you may be moreat risk of developing some cancers, particularly of the skin. You should limityour exposure to sunlight.
Before taking this Cyclotag 100mgCapsule you should tell your doctor if you have liver or kidney problems,high blood pressure, gout (increased uric acid levels in the blood) or epilepsy.Also, tell your doctor about all other medicines you are taking as they mayaffect the working of the Cyclotag 100mgCapsule. This medicine should only be used in pregnancy if it is clearlyneeded. However, Cyclotag 100mg Capsuleis not recommended while breastfeeding. You will have frequent medical testswhile taking this medicine to check your blood pressure, liver and kidneyfunction and mineral levels. The results of tests may lead to changes in yourdose.
USES OF CYCLOTAGCAPSULE
Prevention of organ rejection in transplant patients,