they may need to try different medications such as a quinolone that has less hepatotoxicity. they may need to add the other medications and just follow you. the abnormal liver tests are not due to TB but due to the medications
this combination of medications can cause the liver tests to become elevated. These are mild elevations that should be followed expectantly and do not necessitate discontinuation of the medication. however, you will need to follow the tests regularly. if the bilirubin level increases you might need to stop.
dear doctor !
the thing is if i keep on continue these medicine it is not enough to cure tb. more medicine ought to be included. (that can effect sgpt more heavily) and it could only be included if my sgpt become well within the normal limits.
i am waiting for it to normalize but it is keep on increasing. so logically so it looks foolish to wait for it to normalize.
and plz tell me.
1. if sgpt not become normal, does it means that my tb is uncurable?
2. any tip to keep sgpt normal?(while taking medicines)
tell me do you have knowledge about homeopathic medicine, i have come to know that their is a complete course of one year of tb.
plz tell me if homeopathic treatment can be a good alternative? will homeopathic medicine also effect liver?
most homeopathic medicine will not adversely affect the liver. I doubt however that they would be of avail in treating TB
plz tell me can handpractice also effect sgpt badly?
thanks for your responce.
but docter i test my sgpt every week and i experienced it that when i am more inclined to hand practice i got higher readings. and now this week i only did one time (reduced) so my reading becomes better.(from 60 to 52) this is my experience thats why it forced me to ask from you.
i cant do research on this because i am doing engineering and this is not my field. but i recommend medical students to reseach on my experience.
interesting. agree with checking it out on your end. Nothing I know of though.
if you get to know something plz share it to me as well.
thanks for your interest.