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Diognosed with long intestine. Taking combutol. Having frequent urination. Taking macoxplus and lesuride

i have been diognosed with long intestine tb 2 months baxk , i have been prescribed to take the following medicines :-macox+-450 mg,combutol-800mg, pyrazinamide 750mg, lesuride and vitazyme syrup , i am regularly foolwing this course, i did nt gain any weight in last 2 months and i have frequent urination problem and whole day i fell zero energy inside me and after urination (pee) i feel a drain oo lot of energy , recently doctor adived me to not taking combutoland pyrazinamide and using only macoxplus and lesuride how long will it take to cure the tb completely pls answer
Asked On : Mon, 18 Jun 2012
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Hi welcome to HCMForum. it appears that you are recovering from the disease that is why your doctor has tappered the dose of the drugs. increase in appitite may take time in different sites of disease
Answered: Fri, 22 Jun 2012
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