Isokin Tablet is used in tuberculosis (TB) therapy. It is a combination of two medicines, Isoniazid and Pyridoxine. It stops the TB causing bacteria from multiplying.
Take Isokin Tablet precisely as your doctor prescribes. Consume no more than the specified amount since this may have adverse effects. If you skip or forget to take a dose, take one as you recall. If you abruptly stop the therapy, you may have some adverse effects. It may take some time to show its effect.
Don’t take Isokin Tablet if you are allergic to its constituents or have liver problems. Tell your doctor if you have recently given birth or even used isoniazid before. Patients with diabetes, a history of alcohol or other substance misuse, kidney ailments, nerve problems, HIV, and unhygienic injectable medicine habits must inform their doctor.
The dosage will depend on your medical condition, age, and how you react to the medicine’s initial dose. Rash, fever and peripheral neuropathy are some of the side effects of this medicine....
Q: I feel my symptoms are gone now. Can I stop taking Isokin Tablets?
A: Isokin Tablet treats tuberculosis. It destroys and inhibits the development of TB causing bacteria. Even if you feel okay, you should complete the course of the medicines as prescribed. Otherwise, your symptoms may come back or worsen.
Q: Does the Isokin tablet start acting immediately?
A: Isokin Tablets may start acting within a week. However, sometimes it may take longer for you to feel better completely. Do not stop or modify the medicine doses on your own.
Q: Is Isokin tablet a habit-forming medicine?
A: No, the Isokin tablet is not a habit-forming medicine. Please use it only according to your prescription.