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What are the side effects of cinex 600 ?

Hi doctor , I am 38 yrs old male.weight 83. Year b4 found some glands in lower abdomen . After biopsy came to know , due to tb got glands.I was so healthy b4 this. I have finished my r cnex 600 course of nine months. Got some skin discoloration and melasma . Can I get back my normal skin once finish the course ? Thx.
Asked On : Sat, 28 May 2011
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Hi Doctor,

My wife is 25 yrs old. She was diagonised TB on her toe region. The doctor had prescribed RCinex 600 for 1 yr. She started taking this medicine from 6th June 2011. Her periods was due on last week of June or 1st week of july. Till now she has not got her periods. What could be the reason and how can we overcome this????

Answered: Tue, 12 Jul 2011
Dermatologist Dr. Prajakta Talathi's  Response
Dear Vjy,

Dont worry your pigmentation will start reducing after you finish the therapy but it might take around 6-8 months to get back your normal skin tone.
Start using a good sunscreen( SPF 15 or more) to prevent worsening of melasma.
Sunscreen needs to be applied 15 mins before sunexposure and preferably twice in a day


Answered: Mon, 30 May 2011
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