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Suffering with Tb meningitis, increase in BP and nausea after streptomycin injection. When will it get normal?

I am from Bangladesh , My mother suffering from TB meningities. After two years Dr. found She had TB ,when she was in coma . But Now She took medicine from last one year. But When She first take the Medicine,my mom had no side effect. But when she injected with streptomycin , her BP increased and nausea . Still she is not ok. She takes flunarizine 5 mg for nausea. but its not recover yet.. My mother not leading a normal life. But we knw after medication a tb patient lead a nomal life. she becums frustrated. Why is nausea hpnd? sorry for my poor english
Asked On : Mon, 20 Aug 2012
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TB meningitis is treatable disease and patients usually improves well with treatment. Nausea is a common side effect of TB medications. Some adjustment of timing of dosages and medications for nausea will relieve it. There are many medication for nausea and they can be tried. Nausea is not a serious side effect and apart from discomfort it is not to be worried about.
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