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Trisovit Information

What are the uses of trivosit? ## What is trisovit and what is it used for? ## I want to know what trisovit is... and if it's phased-out, what is its replacement? ## Trisovit, phased-out? why? ## I just want to know what the replacement for trisovit is? ## Is trisovit available in all drug stores? ## I want to know what trisovit is? ## How much does this vitamin trisovit syrup cost? ## I also used to take Trisovit prescribed by my doctor for weak lungs... Trisovit is a multivitamin supplement for weak lungs or pulmonary problems. I can't find it in any drug store now. They said it is already phased out? Do you know what the replacement is for Trisovit? ## Trisovit is a INH with Multivitamin combined preparations which is mostly prescribed for weak lungs. ## We used to take these...

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INH Drug and long term side effects

I took INH 40 years ago for TB but I have noticed health problems that I think might be related to this drug ## Hi Tom, Just read your post. I took INH about 40 years ago, too, and am now experiencing some problems that i think are due to the drug. Did you ever find anything out about it? ## Hello Tom, Sorry to hear that you are experiencing some health complications. According to the National Institute of Health INH (Isoniazid) is a drug used to treat tuberculosis. They warn that severe and sometimes fatal hepatitis associated with isoniazid therapy has been reported and may occur or may develop even after many months of treatment. Here is a list of some other adverse effects reported to be caused by Isoniazid. - Peripheral Neuropathy - Convulsions - Toxic Encephalopathy - Optic Neurit...

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quadtab side effects

i want to know the side effects of quadtab.. i started taking the drug a month ago...rashes appeared similar to dermatitis. ## This drug contains Rifampicin 150 mg, INH 75 mg, pyrazinamide 400 mg, and ethambutol HCl 275 mg. Possible side effects: "Rifampicin: Flu-like syndrome; hematopoietic reactions; cutaneous, GI & hepatic reactions; shortness of breath; shock & renal failure. Hypersensitivity reactions. INH: Disturbances of hepatic function, convulsions, optic neuritis & atrophy, memory impairment, toxic psychosis, hepatitis & peripheral neuropathy. Pyrazinamide: Hyperuricemia. Ethambutol: Decreased visual acuity due to optic neuritis; joint pain, anaphylactoid reactions, dermatitis, pruritus, anorexia, nausea, vomiting, abdominal pain, fever, GI upset, malaise, ...

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quadtab tablet

anti tuberculosis ## how many times do I have to take quadtab as treatment for my recurring PTB? ## This drug contains Rifampicin 150 mg, INH 75 mg, pyrazinamide 400 mg, and ethambutol HCl 275 mg. It is indicated for intensive phase treatment of all forms of pulmonary & extrapulmonary TB. Dosing schedule: "Adult ≥71 kg 5 tab, 55-70 kg 4 tab, 38-54 kg 3 tab, 30-37 kg 2 tab. To be taken once daily, for 2-mth intensive phase treatment followed by a 3-drug (rifampicin + INH + ethambutol) for ≥4 mth maintenance phase treatment." [1] Do you have any other questions or information to add? Please post back if you do... References [1] ## what is the side effect of quadtab? ## i am currently taking quadtabs 4x a day 30mins before breakfast this is for 2weeks. my ptb is in...

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akt 4 side effects can cause late periods

Hi,i m 26 yr old ..i taking akt4 for my bone tb treatment and it has been one month,,i want to ask can this treatment can cause late period ..my periods always got late by 3 days or max 7 days but since i have started my tratment of tb this time it has been more than 15 days and till now my period has not started yet ..i feels everyday that its starting but when i check its not....tell me if it is due to this treatment. thankyou ## I am taking INH for TB treatment too. My period for this month is 7 days late already. I am worried. So I did pregnancy test twice. Both came back negative / "not pregnant." I tried to search if INH or similar tb medicine's side effect on menstruation but didn't get much information. Hope everything is ok for you. Let me know how it goes. ## T...

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side effects of trolic 5mg

Hi my name is Daylan I'm 15 years old my doctor gave trolic 5mg and its giving me terrible pains on my heart! Is this normal or should i be concerned? ## Hello, Daylan! How are you doing? Any time you get new chest pain, please seek medical attention and have it checked out. Even at 15, there is a risk that there could be something serious going on that isn't due to the medication. And if it is due to the medication, your doctor needs to do something about it and prescribe something else. How long have you been taking it? ## My son was very ill he had a high fever n droping cough we took him to the doc n the doctor said he has signositie n frm signosities he got brokities n frm brokities he got astma the doc gve him trolic 5mg also a subscribition we had to go fetch at cemist a ...

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Suspected PTB - Used Quadtab as my medicine

I have suspected PTB due to feel strong pain when coughing and the only medicines relieved me from pain in my coughing is the PYRAZINAMIDE as one of the medicine inside the Quadtab. The doctor advised me to take the Quadtab for 2 months then Tritab for another 4 months but after taking the Tritab for the end of 5 months I encountered mild coughing with phlegm due to my Allergic Rhinitis. Can I take again the Quadtab for 1 week to relieve again from coughing then go back again to Tritab for the remaining 1 months left for maintainance. Thanks

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Tb QUADTAB

my fiance is taking quad tab for tb she missed two days due to not being able to afford medication what if any will there be problems due to this? ## Hi Brian, I'm sorry to hear that. Medication can definitely be expensive! This drug contains Rifampicin (150 mg), INH/Isoniazid (75 mg), pyrazinamide (400 mg), and ethambutol HCl (275 mg). Possible side effects: "Rifampicin: Flu-like syndrome; hematopoietic reactions; cutaneous, GI & hepatic reactions; shortness of breath; shock & renal failure. Hypersensitivity reactions. INH: Disturbances of hepatic function, convulsions, optic neuritis & atrophy, memory impairment, toxic psychosis, hepatitis & peripheral neuropathy. Pyrazinamide: Hyperuricemia. Ethambutol: Decreased visual acuity due to optic neuritis; joint pain...

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INH SIDE EFFECTS

TAKING INH D/T EXPOSURE AT WORK AS RN TO TB+VE PATIENT/ AFRAID OF ALL THE SIDE EFFECTS - ANYONE HAVE ADVICE? THINGS LIKE NAUSEA/VOMITING - DO THESE COME ON GRADUALLY OR IF YOU DON'T HAVE THEM NEAR BEGINNING OF THERAPY WITH DRUG, CAN THEY STILL HAPPEN? PERIPHERAL NEUROPATHY;I'M 52 YO AND CONSIDERED HI RISK FOR TB EXPOSURE; ANYONETAKEN INH OR LONGISH TIME AND WILLING TO SHARE THEIR EXPERIENCES OF SIDE EFFECTS? LIVER DAMAGE? ETC.?? THANKS

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