forecox

forecox

Question (Posted on :  07 Jul 2009 )


I am taking forcox 2 tablets daily for the last 1 months 7 days.The doctors has told that it will continue around 2 months and then the power of the dozes will come down.Is 2 tablets per day is ok as per my weigt (57 kg).Has weight anything to do with Dozes.Pls clarify

Doctor's Response (Posted on : 09 Jul 2009 )


Forecox is a combination of rifampicin225mg,isoniazide150mg,pyrazinamide750mg and ethambutol400mg, As per your weight two tablets per dayis the correct dose as already your physician said.


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