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Is it possible for tb infection to comeback after being treated ?

is it possible for tb infection to comeback after being treated with inhs for 9 months i took the INH S for 9 months to put the tb to sleep as they called it i felt good after i took the meds for a couple months then i started have side effects from the meds i finished my meds in april of 2010 but i now feel like i did when i first got sick is it possible to spread through your organs like ur spleen an liver and into ur muscle in my legs feet an hands
Asked On : Sun, 30 Jan 2011
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Hello brenda;
welcome to HealthcareMagic
The treatment of TB is done in 2 parts the intensive therapy with 4 drugs for the first 3 months and then the remaining 6 months with 2 drugs that is rifampicin and INH .There can be relapse of TB if you get a fresh infection or if the treatment is not complete or if you have a MDR TB (multidrug resistant TB).Please consult your doctor and get investigated and then he will treat you accordingly.
Answered: Wed, 17 Aug 2011
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