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Sir i always eats isoniazid before eating food at 6:00 clock in morning but today i forget to eat and taken the medicine after food at 8:00 clock so please tell me is there any problem please help me
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No problem. But why you are on INH?
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Nothing will happen...
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No
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There is no problem. You can continue the medications.
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Why you are taking, Isoniazide.Are you Taking separately,or with any combination of other drugs.inh can be taken after food. But taking inh alone is not recommended. Pl consult Pulmonologist online with all the reports and treatment taken.
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Isoniazid need not to take empty stomach. Take 2 hours after breakfast.
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It's not a problem. Don't worry.
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