FAQs ABOUT MYGEM 1000MG INJECTION
Can MYGEM 1000MG INJECTION cause hearing loss?
According to some studies, MYGEM 1000MG INJECTION is ototoxic, which means it can cause hearing or balance problems. Consult your doctor if you experience any problems with hearing during this treatment.
How long do I need to take MYGEM 1000MG INJECTION?
You usually have MYGEM 1000MG INJECTION as a course of several cycles of treatment. This means that you receive the medicine and then rest to allow your body to recover. Usually, a cycle of MYGEM 1000MG INJECTION is over 3 to 4 weeks (21 to 28 days), but your doctor will determine the duration of treatment according to your condition.
Is it safe to have a baby during treatment with MYGEM 1000MG INJECTION?
For women, MYGEM 1000MG INJECTION is not recommended for use if you are pregnant or planning for a baby. Men are advised not to father a child during and up to 6 months after treatment with MYGEM 1000MG INJECTION. You may want to seek counselling on sperm storage before starting your treatment. Consult your doctor for advice.
Can I receive MYGEM 1000MG INJECTION if I got recently vaccinated?
Before receiving MYGEM 1000MG INJECTION, inform your doctor if you recently got vaccinated as it can affect the number of blood cells that are tested during this treatment. Consult your doctor for advice.
Can I drive a car during treatment with MYGEM 1000MG INJECTION?
MYGEM 1000MG INJECTION may make you feel sleepy, especially if you have consumed any alcohol. Do not drive a car until you are sure that this treatment has not made you feel sleepy. Consult your doctor if you feel any side effect during treatment with MYGEM 1000MG INJECTION that may stop you from driving or using machines.