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Prescribed AKT3, Ceftum and Allergan for tuberculosis lymphadenitis. Advice on medication?

I had undegone Biopsey for Lympnode enlargemnet in my lefet neck . After three weeks ,Severe pain obsereved in the same region . Again my doctor advised to drain abscesscission of LN MASS. The Histopphology conifrmed Tuberculous Lumphadebitis with organic abscess. The followng medicstion prescribed post surgery AKT3 KIT ( However Pyrazinamide to be taken 10 days ) ceftum 500 - 5 days Pulmoclear -100 mg - 5days Allergan 120 - 5 days Please let me know yoiur advise on this medication . Since i have alreaady udergone Biopsy twice in a short perios ,
Asked On : Sun, 2 Sep 2012
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As the biopsy shows there is Tb lymphadenitis there is no need to take any pulmoclear or allergan.
You just continue AKT 4 rather then AKt 3 and wait for 2 months for the drugs to act
Answered: Thu, 26 Sep 2013
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