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Having TB in neck, lymph node. Took akt4, taking r-cinex. Infection following surgery. Took magnex. Is this right treatment?

hi,i m having TB in neck , lymph node region,i was taking akt4 from last 9 week now doctor has changed akt4 to r-cinex,i got operated 6 weeks before n doctor has taken out all the puss,still while cleaning everyday little discharge is coming n 10 days before i got aching across my body n recently 5 days before few boils has occur here n there in my body, Doctor said its the side effect of the operation ,while operation the bacteria mix with the blood ,so it happens in some patients,he started giving me injection name magnex,2dose completed one last today i hav to take,is my treatment going correct
Asked On : Tue, 2 Apr 2013
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Dear Mr Shankar

You have been diagnosed to have tubercular lymphadenitis. The treatment for this condition as recommended by WHO is for 6 months. The regimen started for the treatment is appropriate.
Coming the surgery and the boils that you developed then , it is difficult to establish the cause of boils all over your body, as most skin lesions are diagnosed based on the picture of the lesion.
In absence of a clinical examination, Your treating doctor is in the right position to identify the cause of the lesion based on the clinical picture.
If your symptoms are subsiding with the given line of therapy you must be getting the right treatment.
It would be advisable to have a detailed discussion with your treating doctor or seek a premium consultation with all your relevant records.
wishnig you a speedy recovery.
Answered: Tue, 2 Apr 2013
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