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Abdominal pain, Koch's abdomen, dosage for Ricinex and Pyzina? 100% TB?

Sir my wife was having a sever pain in her abdomen . after doing a CT Scan the result came that she has a kochs in her abdomen. i consult with one of the doctor and doctor said 99% its a TB. and he started a medicine 1 capsule Rcinex in morning after breakfast and half tablet Pyzina 750 after lunch and one tablet of combutol 1000 after dinner. is the dosage correct for TB? and does kochs in abdomen actually is TB because the doctor said 99% its a TB, so iam afraid what if 1% its something else. is there any other way to know if its 100% TB or something else?
Asked On : Thu, 5 Apr 2012
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what is the weight of your wife,TB medicines are given according to weight...and first TB abdomen does not present as acute better do a sonography first...what is her last menstrual period date?have u got kids?what is her age?please get TB IgM test done and then she losing weight within few months?
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