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I had lung t b and i started the treatment. During the treatmen period i had some skin problem. Itchy dried reddish type spots. I have attached the pictures. I want to know what are these and they are because of tb or t b medicines. Please help.
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Dr. Pankaj Kumar
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Skin lesions during / after TB treatment is not so uncommon...  The skin lesion is known as leukocytoclastic vasculitis but your skin lesion is different or it may be an early stage... If you are facing this type of skin lesion after ATT then you must consult your doctor.. Diagnosis of tip of iceberg is very important for better treatment and compliance... Keep informing what they diagnosed..  All d best..
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Dr. Anil Kumar Jain
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Hello There. I can understand your concern. It doesn't looks like due to the tuberculosis medications, but you have not mentioned what medications you are taking also in this question. it looks somewhat like a lichen but i would strongly suggest you to consult a dermatologist in person because without examining, i may be wrong also. Best regards, Dr. Anil kumar jain. Bangalore.
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Dr. Jayesh Pavra
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Does not look like due to ant T B drugs Still local examination is must
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Dr. Deepthi Rao Gorukanti
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Consult a dermatologist.
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Dr. Anil B Sheth
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These r not due to TB for sure.what medicines r u taking?consult yr Dr. who has advised this treatment.
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