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Swelling in the knee. Have bone TB. Taking Rifa, micobutol and Urosol. Forgot to take one of the medications. Will it affect my treatment?

Sir, I have bone tb in my right knee ,there is instant swelling around my knee from last one year . Now i m taking medicine of bone tb i.e Rifa i 6,Micobutol 1000,Livosil and Ursocol. But sir i have forgotten to take Ursocol tabs from last one month. Will it affect my treatment? Can i start taking it from today again? For wat purpose this tabs given to tb patient? Plz sir suggest me as early as possible i m waiting....
Asked On : Thu, 30 Aug 2012
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Orthopaedic Surgeon, Joint Replacement 's  Response
It will not going to make a slightest difference as it is for liver health for which you have taken Livosil also. So be relaxed and you will be fine. If you are worried about is then you can get liver function test to confirm the diagnosis. If there is any abnormality in the test then you should see your doctor but most probably everything will be fine
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