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Why I am having numbness in right side of body and tiredness after having medicines for TB ?

My Doctor, who is a Pulmonologist , has told me that Iam having TB, based on the Chest X-Ray and scanning report on the Lymp node.(Size with largest of 25*17mm.) He prescibed Akurit-4 Tabelts with 4 tablets per-day. Presently almost 2 moths are over since I started taking this tablets. Presently. I feel numness in some parts the righ side of my body. I just list the same. My right fingers, right side of the body, where chest is there,Right legs. This affects my day today office work. Also I feel very tired and feel like taking rest continously. Kindly confirm to me that Iam on the right track??.Shall I have to under go this probem compulsrily while taking this medcine?? S.S.Manian
Asked On : Tue, 7 Feb 2012
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Hi welcome to H.C.M.Forum. you have been prescribed 4 drug regimen. it is good for curing t.b in a short time. but you should use b.complex,as these drugs have effect on nerves. consult your doctor again he will give remedy for it. there is possibility of spread of infection to the brain c.t scan will reveal this, so your doctor may advise it. if it is there also it is curable, so don't worry.thank you.
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