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Prescribed AKT 3 tab for tuberculosis. When should I take the tabs?

hi sir, my name is shaik imran iam suffering from tb, i consult with doctor he advised me to take akt4 for 2 months after that akt3 for 4 months but i forget to ask about how can i take akt3 which time and which tablet before breakfast or after dinner i dont know exactly, please help me out of this. Thanks for your support regards shaik imran
Asked On : Thu, 9 Aug 2012
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Hi welcome to HCMForum. I appreciate that you are so much conscious of your TB treatment.
Every TB patient should be used without break. Now coming to the point you have asked how to
take the tablets of AKT3. probably you didnt have look at the AKT3 kit. Pyrizinamide tablets
are different and written the name which is in AKT4. In AKT3 pyrizinamide tablets wont be
there rest of the tablets are commen. Refampicin capsule should be taken in empty stomach
rest two tablets you can take after breakfast lunch or dinner. g hope you are satisfied with
my reply. thanks for calling.
Answered: Thu, 9 Aug 2012
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