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Prescribed with myrin p forte for TB. Used to smoke in the past. Neurobion prscribed. Why?

My husband was prescribed with myrin p forte and myrin to cure his tb. he was a smoker then. After 6 months, his tb was cured. Now, his problem is his eyesight. we went to an eye doctor, and the doctor told us that his eyes are ok. The doctor prescribed him to take neurobion for 30 days. We are thinking of going to a neurologist even before the 30 days period
Asked On : Mon, 25 Mar 2013
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Dec 2015
Welcome to HCM
We understand your concerns
TB is cured, having sight problems, eye surgeon could not find any troubles with eyes, prescribed neurobion.
What else your eye surgeon suggested?
Neurobion is usually prescribed for neurological and other disorders associated with metabolic functions influenced by B-Complex vitamins including neuropathy.
In your case 30 days course itself may cure the problem.
Your eye surgeon is the best jugde.
Stick to him and let him advice further action.
Answered: Mon, 20 May 2013
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