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Suffering from TB. On Ecox-800, Macrozide, and Glevo-850. Missed taking pill. What are the complications?

HI Doctor, I am a patient of TB (Male, 25 Years). My Doctor told me to take few medicines like Ecox-800, Macrozide, and Glevo-850 (one tablet from each per day). Unfortunately I forgot taking Glevo-850 tablet yesterday. I have heard that in TB, people have to take the medicine everyday, otherwise the course gets vanished. Is this happened with me now? As I forgot to take only Glevo-850 tablet yesterday?
Asked On : Tue, 17 Jul 2012
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Thanks for query,
In Tuberculosis you should be regular in taking medicines as this drugs level in blood remains constant to check the bacterial growth.
You have missed your dose for 24 hours does not vanish the course but this should not be happened in regular bases.
Answered: Tue, 17 Jul 2012
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