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When 103° fever dolo 650 can be taken with akt 4(tb medicine) ,103° fever can occur in tuberculosis.
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Yes possible. Especially if it is miliary tuberculosis. Hope you have ruled out multidrug resistant tuberculosis
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if persistant fever might need admission or evaluation
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Yes, can be taken. But if fever continues despite being on AKT, it needs to be investigated
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Please consult a pulmonologist online or offline for proper evaluation and treatment
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can be taken..but check how many days of akt have you taken..in later stages if fever persists then needs evaluation
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Yes
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if it persist get your seld evaluated for secondary bacterial infection associated with tb
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Yes.it occurs,and you can take.pl consult pulmonologist for further evaluation and treatment.
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You can take dolo. How many day's after taking att you are getting fever again?. If it's in early stages it's ok.
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consult a pulmonologist for further evaluation
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Can occur Can take dolo
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