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Should TB medications be taken before IUI?

Hi, I have been a patient of TB in the past and consumed medicines for 9 months following which my disease had been cured. Recently I underwent Laparoscopy+Hysteroscopy and it has been diagnosied that TB has affected my fallopian tubes as one tube has become fibrosed and other is open but inflammed. My IgG & IgM test have also come positive. As I am planning to go for IUI treatment, my doctors have initially advised me to consume TB medicines for 3 months to cure the infection. I have been advised, AKURIT-4, ZANOCIN 400, BENADON 40, ANBUTA DROPS and FULL 24. Would like to know, if these medicines are appropriate and how long am I to consume them? Thanks in advance Doc!
Asked On : Thu, 13 Mar 2014
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Hello, yes these are safe and can be taken before IVF
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Answered: Sat, 20 Jun 2015
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