Side Effects On Rifnah And Stoping Them How Long Do Take To Come Out Of The System

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grumpy Says:


I was taking rifinah, pyridoxine and ethambutol for 7 months and the side affects were unbearable so was taken off them how long will it take to leave the system.



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Verwon Says:

Hello, Grumpy! How are you?

How long have you been off of them? If could take a few weeks for the side effects to wear off.

What are you taking now to treat your TB?

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