The Effect Of Changing The Schedule For Taking TB Medication Without Medical Knowledge?
Mlm ,, I want to ask, can I take medicine but I move when I drink 1 × 3 a day at night, so it’s morning. Tq
Good morning, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. TB or tuberculosis is a disease that occurs due to infection with the bacteria Mycobacterium tuberculosis and most often attacks the lung organs, although it can also attack the bones, glands, and the brain. To treat this disease, sufferers are usually required to take medication regularly for at least 6 months, and it can be longer if there are special conditions that require it.
Regarding your question, there are actually no specific rules for TB drugs that must be taken in the morning, must be at night and so on. What is important for you to pay attention is that you must take it every day and to maximize the work of the drug, you should take the drug at the same time every day. In addition, you should also take your medicine when your stomach is empty, that is, limit it to 2 hours before or after eating. If what you want to do is change the habit from always being at night to always being in the morning, then that is fine and it shouldn't affect your recovery.
Then also to support your recovery you should live a lifestyle:
Avoid cigarette smoke Covering the mouth and nose when coughing Do not spit / throw phlegm carelessly Living in an environment with good air circulation and sunlight shining on the room Eat lots of fruits and vegetables Eat foods with balanced nutrition Regularly take medication
Get well soon. That's all, hope it helps.
dr. Amadeo D. Basfiansa