Rules For Taking OAT Medicine.?
Hello, I’m a sufferer of bone tuberculosis, I used to take OAT medicine in the morning after eating, so when fasting, what are the rules for taking OAT medicine?
Good afternoon, thank you for asking at HealthReplies.com. Tuberculosis is a disease caused by the bacterium Mycobacterium tuberculosis and can attack various parts of the body such as bones, brain, glands, breast and intestine, although often it is the lungs. Among the factors that increase the risk of contracting this disease are:
Children or elderly
Being in a slum area
Live in a place where ventilation is poor and sunlight does not enter
Live at home with sufferers
Frequent contact with sufferers
If tuberculosis has been detected and diagnosed, TB sufferers must take medication regularly and regularly for at least 6 months. As for your question, the most ideal way to take the tuberculosis drug is to take it at the same time each day, and on an empty stomach, or 2 hours before, or after eating. So if you have been consuming it right after eating, the way is still not right. Same goes for fasting. You can consume them whenever your stomach is empty, like for example before going to bed at night.
What is clear, you must routinely check yourself with your doctor, so you can evaluate the effectiveness of the drug and determine whether you have taken it correctly or not. You can also ask your doctor about how to take the right medication during fasting during control, to ensure there is no misunderstanding of the understanding that we convey. So, hopefully answering your question.