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Is laryngitis a side effect of quadtab ?

Is laryngitis a side effect of quadtab? What are the other possible side effect of taking this medicine?
Asked On : Tue, 19 Apr 2011
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welcome to is a combination of Rifampicin 150 mg, INH 75 mg, pyrazinamide 400 mg, and ethambutol HCl 275 mg.
Possible side effects:
Rifampicin: Flu-like syndrome; hematopoietic reactions; cutaneous, GI & hepatic reactions; shortness of breath; shock & renal failure. Hypersensitivity reactions.
INH: Disturbances of hepatic function, convulsions, optic neuritis & atrophy, memory impairment, toxic psychosis, hepatitis & peripheral neuropathy.
Pyrazinamide: Hyperuricemia.
Ethambutol: Decreased visual acuity due to optic neuritis; joint pain, anaphylactoid reactions, dermatitis, pruritus, anorexia, nausea, vomiting, abdominal pain, fever, GI upset, malaise, headache, dizziness, mental confusion, disorientation, hallucinations.Laryngitis is not a known side effect.It could be infection.
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