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Length of TB treatment and fertility, please suggest

Dear Sir/Ma'am, I am 29yrs old female with TB in uterus due to which I got a missed abortion at my 3rd month of pregnancy. I have completed AKT4 medication for 2 months and since March I am on AKT3 medicine. I want to know minimum how long will I have to take these medicines? Do I need to take AKT2 as well? Last but the most important, can it effect my fertility or I will be able to conceive normally? Please do let me know when can I think of pregnancy again. My report showed TB at very initial stage. Please guide. Thanks for your suggestions.
Asked On : Thu, 31 Mar 2011
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Thanks for query,
Now a days treatment of tuberculosis is very effective if taken regularly.
Now DOT therapy is given.
After about six months dot therapy one becomes completely alright.
There are all chances of having pregnancy if not having residue or fibrosis.
ok and bye.
Answered: Thu, 14 Jul 2011
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