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Child sick. Taking befor tabarcoloz, rafampine and esoniyazid syrup. Not getting cured. Possible treatment?

hi to all doctors iam from afghanistan plz plz answer my qustions i have a doghter she is very seck she had 6 m befor tabarcoloz tb and she had medicine in 6 m rafampine and esoniyazid syp but may doghter not to good plz give me one address in india bucase i go theer. iam so sory too al buc my inglish is not good so sory
Asked On : Fri, 8 Mar 2013
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Thank you for your query.

For tuberculosis you are giving the correct treatment. It shall be better if you let us know the organs affected by tuberculosis so that the duration of the treatment can be advised accordingly.

In India you can show your daughter to any reputed hospital and the treatment can be advised thereafter.

I hope I have answered your query to your satisfaction.

Wishing your daughter all the best.


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