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Suffering from brain tb, how do i get rid from it ?

hello my father is of 62yrs and suffuring from brain tb from sep 09 and being operated in nov 09 lession was in t4 . four drugs are adviced for 6 month and then followed by 3drug for 1 year now in 2 drugs { ethambutol 800mg + inh 300mg} advice to take 1yr more . now he is feeing that strength in legs are in proper not getting energy in legs but walking frearfully during walking feeiing head relling he is telling day by day power of legs are reducing cant avoiding to walk in steps he is diabetic and taking glycomet gp 2, eptoin 100mg tid, benadon 40mg, iron tab privoiusly a polyp was in stomach and being opertated by endoscopy in 2nd feb 2009
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his difficulty in walking due to residual damage caused by brain TB.recovery from this depends on recruitment of new neuronal pathway. continuation of anti tubercular drug for a year may help to some extent.
Answered: Sun, 3 Apr 2011
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