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I am tb patient. I am taking macox plus 600,macrozide 1500,mycobutol 1000 since one month.but now mycobutol 1000 is not available in the market.should i take same medicine of other brand - Asked by s x on 10-Aug-2016 08:12:10

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  • MBBS, MD
    Rheumatology
    Languages Known: English, Hindi

    Answered by Dr. Naval Mendiratta on 22-Sep-2016 12:36:01

    Yes you can take Combutol 1000 mg instead of mycobutol


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