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Diabetes, bone tuberculosis. Prescribed pyzina, rcinex. Which medications need to continue?

Hi, I am , My Father diabetes is not controlling with the same medicine after treatment of bone tuberculosis . My doc suggested for take medicine for one and half year (Pyzina, Rcinex, Combutol, Bendon..) Please suggest if further any medicine need to continue after discontinue TB medicine. Diabetes medicine Triglucored forte.
Asked On : Mon, 15 Oct 2012
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Your father is diabetic, long standing diabetes reduces immunity and bone TB is something needs a long term treatment that is more thand 1 year with anti tubercular drugs,these drugs cause some changes in liver function which may be cause of change in control of blood sugar, also as he is taking oral hypoglycemic drugs there may be some insuin resistance and drug failure .
Please consult a Physician /Endocrinologist and adjust the dose of anti diabetic drugs where Insulin can be added to your anti diabetic therapy.
Kindly also check Liver function to know any derrangement because of anti tubercular drugs.
Good luck to him.

Answered: Tue, 16 Oct 2012
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