Please suggest the direction in taking the TB medicines for stomach TB..
Hi Dr.'s.. I have stomach TB.. still awaiting for the final ascitic fluid culture report.. Im 24 and now my wait has dropped to 43.5.. I want to know if combutol, INH, Omnicortil and Pyrazinamide tabs should be take after or before meals.. Dr over here told us to go to nurse to find out how to take tabs but they dont know and keep and simply told to take it they way i like.. Pls advice me wht i should in order to take this med properly..
Hi, All the anti tb medications including rifampicin should be take at once after light breakfast. Also your anti tb medications regime should contain rifampicin (The dose of rifampicin will be 450 mg as per your weight.). Regards Dr. Gyanshankar Mishra Consultant Pulmonologist
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