The Medicine For Coughing Doesn’t Go Away?
, want to ask if the dry cough is difficult to recover a month or 3 months. why well, what is the cure and if the drug is peadoxin forte isoniazid pyridoxin. Can it be used for my illness? .
The cause of dry cough that does not heal for months is caused by many factors, other than that treatment must be given according to indications so that the symptoms and condition have improved. Because even though a similar symptom is a dry cough that does not go away does not mean that the medicine is the same, doctors need to do medical considerations based on information obtained through the patient's medical history, physical examination, and supporting examinations if needed.
As for some things that can be considered for complaints of dry cough for months is
Gastric acid disease, where stomach acid that rises into the esophagus and throat will cause irritation so that symptoms such as coughing are often present or linger in cold and dry areas Exposed to substances that irritate the respiratory tract, such as air freshener, cigarette smoke, air pollution , or chemical vapors (in those whose work is often exposed to chemicals) Asthma Tuberculosis (TB) Side effects of drugs, for example certain classes of anti-hypertensive drugs, one example is captopril Heart failure However, the above points are only just a possibility of cough symptoms dry that has not healed for more than 1 month, and it could be that what Lisda experienced turned out differently. On the other hand pehadoxin forte, isoniazid, and pyridoxine drugs are drugs to treat tuberculosis. Tuberculosis itself is a disease caused by the bacterium Mycobacterium tuberculosis, which takes a long time to eradicate the bacteria, which is up to 6 months or more, so that patients are expected to continue taking medicines regularly according to the doctor's instructions so that the bacteria are completely eradicated until clean.
Then responding to the question whether the drug can be used on Lisda? then the answer is no, unless it is confirmed that Lisda has had a tuberculosis infection from a doctor's examination, because the use of inappropriate anti-tuberculosis drugs can potentially cause various side effects such as impaired liver, nerve and kidney function. Before a patient undergoes anti-tuberculosis treatment, the doctor needs to ascertain whether the patient really has a tuberculosis infection or not, by collecting information such as the patient's medical history, symptoms experienced by the patient, and a series of physical examinations (hearing lung sounds, measuring weight body, vital signs, etc.) and supporting examination (sputum check, blood test, x-ray, etc.) then if the results of these considerations really lead to tuberculosis infection, the doctor will provide anti-tuberculosis treatment.
Thus the information that can be conveyed