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Diagnosed with TB, have multiple knots on leg. What diet should be taken with the prescribed medicines?

Hi I am 29 yrs female , age 55,diagonised with TB.Currently I am residing in UK.n I have been in Uk since past 5 years I had these knots on my neck since last 1 anda half year but only got them checked when I started getting multiple knots on my neck. Got it diagonised last month when I had been to India Doctors adviced me to take Forecox 2 tabs bbf, 2 Iron tablets after lunch and dinner and 1 multivitamin after lunch. Just wanted to know what should be my diet when I am taking these medicines.As I dont have ny side effects as such except for Urine being yellow or dark orange which already doctor has mentioned could b bcoz of the medicines that I m taking.
Asked On : Thu, 13 Dec 2012
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Thank you for posting your question here, I will try to answer it to the best of my abilities.

Yes, the orange coloured urine is a result of the medication you are taking.
For a TB patient, it is recommended to eat a balanced diet, but to increase the intake of fruits and vegetables (strawberries, custard apples, spinach, green leafy vegetables, legumes such as dhals).
You can also increase the intake of fruit juice and tea, preferably green tea as it contains a larger number of anti oxidants.

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Answered: Wed, 14 Aug 2013
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