|Pack Size||Qty||Price Per Pill or Unit||Price||Cart|
|30 Tablet/s||US$ 0.25||US$ 7.50|
|60 Tablet/s||US$ 0.18||US$ 11.0027%US$ 15.00|
|90 Tablet/s||US$ 0.16||US$ 14.0038%US$ 22.50|
Mycobutol 400 mg is an antibiotic medicine in the class of antituberculosis medicines. It is primarily used to treat and prevent tuberculosis, a bacterial infection affecting the lungs and spreading to other body parts like the brain and spine. It is only effective in treating infections caused by bacteria and does not work for viral infections such as the common cold or flu. The medicine contains Ethambutol, which destroys the tuberculosis bacteria causing lung infection known as tuberculosis.
Mycobutol is not recommended for use in children under 13 years of age, and it should be used carefully in children 13 years of age and older and elderly patients (above 65 years of age). It is not recommended for patients with eye problems. Before taking Ethambutol, let your doctor know if you have liver problems, kidney issues, blood disorders, or diabetes. The medicine is not suggested for pregnant women and breastfeeding women. People with diabetes should monitor their blood sugar regularly. Your healthcare provider may monitor your vision, liver function, and thyroid function while on treatment with this medicine.
Some people may experience visual impairment and color blindness as side effects of this medicine. Please speak to your doctor if these side effects do not resolve or worsen. Seek immediate medical attention if you have diabetes, as it can lower blood sugar levels. If you have diabetes, monitoring your blood sugar levels from time to time is important. Your healthcare provider may monitor your liver function, thyroid function, and vision while on treatment with this medicine.
Mycobutol 400mg is usually given with at least one other tuberculosis medicine. The doctor should decide the correct dose and duration of the treatment. This medicine needs to be taken before or after consuming food. For best results, avoid missing doses and finish the complete course of treatment even if you feel better. Early discontinuation of treatment may result in treatment failure, and drug-resistant tuberculosis may also occur. This can contribute to serious health complications.