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Do I need to take more medication after my course is completed to treat tuberculoma ?

my tuberculoma was cured and my doctor said it was very less and i dont need to have any more my medicines whan the total course was completedbut sometimes still my left side of the brain pains plz help
Asked On : Tue, 29 Mar 2011
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Tuberculoma of brain is usually resolve with 18 months of anti tubercular chemotherapy.
So don't worry for that.your pain may be due to other causes.........
Answered: Wed, 30 Mar 2011
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Once u have completd a full course of tb drugs as per the advice of dr...u need not worry unnecessarily for it ...if u have been adviced some more medications like antiepileptics for fits..then do follow the advice ELSE CHILL...all u hav to do is take a good diet for future illnesses.
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