Information about Everolimus
How Everolimus works
Everolimus suppresses the activity of body's immune system and prevents rejection of the transplanted organ.
Common side effects of Everolimus
Weakness, Sinus inflammation, Infection, Fever, Cough, Fatigue, Stomatitis (Inflammation of the mouth), Otitis media (infection of ear), Diarrhea, Upper respiratory tract infection
Available Medicine for Everolimus
EvermilGlenmark Pharmaceuticals Ltd
₹5650 to ₹74502 variant(s)
₹5775 to ₹99002 variant(s)
RapactNatco Pharma Ltd
₹15000 to ₹250002 variant(s)
VolantisDr Reddy's Laboratories Ltd
₹6438 to ₹98372 variant(s)
₹9644 to ₹146902 variant(s)
EverotasIntas Pharmaceuticals Ltd
₹14285 to ₹300002 variant(s)
₹483 to ₹15952 variant(s)
EvergrafPanacea Biotec Ltd
₹579 to ₹12982 variant(s)
AfinitorNovartis India Ltd
₹19882 to ₹601462 variant(s)
BoletraazAlkem Laboratories Ltd
₹19800 to ₹297002 variant(s)
Expert advice for Everolimus
- Do not start everolimus and consult your doctor if you have liver problems, diabetes, high blood cholesterol, had a recent surgery or have unhealed wound after surgery, have infection, previously had hepatitis, are pregnant or breast-feeding or have intolerance to some sugars.
- Seek medical advice if you have increased thirst or increased frequency of urination, if you get any infection, suffer from shortness of breath, cough or fever, need to receive any vaccination after taking everolimus.
- Everolimus may affect male or female fertility; consult your doctor if you are planning to have a child.
- Do not drive or operate machinery while taking everolimus as it may cause fatigue.