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Having fatty liver problem. Took rifampicin and isoniazid. Feeling nausea and headache. Should I continue medication? suggest

dear doctor, i have the same problem as of lynz. my doctor gave me rifampicin 450mg and isoniazid 400mg. i have fatty liver issue too.i have taken the medication for two days now but i dont feel so well about it. i feel nauseus and have a slight headache too after taking it. i cant contact my doctor since he went to the province. shall i continue taking the medication and will it not affect my liver?
Asked On : Mon, 22 Apr 2013
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Both medicines can cause nausea , but in 2 days time should't be affecting the liver.Get LFT done for Liver enzyme estimation- Take these medicines on empty stomach 2 hours before breakfast and also take pantoprazole-domperidone combination empty stomach at same time.Watch the results till your Doc. returns and report the results to him
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