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Chest x-ray shows infection. Drowsiness after taking Macox, PZA, Combutaol. Suggestion?

sir, I have chest infection and cough. I did chest X-ray as advised by doctor. There is symptom of infection. He prescribed some medicines for ten days but i took at one time. After consumption i felt blood pressure which caused drowsiness. The medicines are as under :
Macox plus 600+300 Empty stomach once a day
PZA-ciba 1000mg twice a day
Combutaol-1000mg once a day after breakfast
Zyser-N thrice a day after meal
Nuloc 20.

pls suggest ,
Asked On : Sun, 7 Apr 2013
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Internal Medicine Specialist 's  Response
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As per the description of your clinical data , you are using those drugs for T.B. , anti-tubercular drugs ,they show side effects commonly , but just because of drowsiness you should not stop them . Use the prescribed dose for 6 months.

Take good protein diet and vitamin supplements, if theroblem still persists , consult your treating physician.
Answered: Wed, 10 Apr 2013
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