Causes Frequent Shortness Of Breath When Fatigue In People With Tuberculosis?
Good afternoon straight to the point just maybe maybe so after I finished my TB treatment, the doctor had stated I was clean but after a few months later I often do physical activities coincidentally I like playing badminton in my office so I often feel shortness of breath when every fatigue I never used to like this because I was fairly diligent in sports and could it possibly be because my mother’s offspring suffered from ASMA so that I only got the hereditary disease after I had TB ??
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Pulmonary TB (tuberculosis), if handled properly, is often not an incurable disease. However, if these TB risk factors are not handled properly, it is indeed not possible to have recurrent TB (TB relapse). TB often does not make sufferers experience shortness of breath. Shortness of breath can occur if TB is treated too late, causing inflammation of the lining of the lung packaging that triggers a buildup of interstitial fluid (pleural effusion). At this stage, in addition to tightness, sufferers often also experience coughing, chest pain, excessive sweating, prolonged low-grade fever, weight loss dramatically, fatigue, weakness, swelling of the lymph nodes around the neck or armpits, and many other complaints .
As you are worried, shortness of breath can also occur due to asthma. People with asthma sufferers are indeed more at risk of developing asthma. Often, asthma sufferers do not immediately experience typical symptoms. Typical asthma symptoms usually only appear after you come in contact with the originator, for example certain air substances (such as cold, dust mites, fur or animal waste, pollen), physical or emotional stress, respiratory infections, taking certain medications, and so on.
In addition, there are many other factors that can cause shortness of breath, for example panic attacks, gastric acid reflux, gastritis, pneumothorax, psychosomatic disorders, bronchitis, pneumonia, congestive heart failure, and so on.
Handling of tightness due to various conditions above can clearly be different. Therefore, if the tightness that you feel is very disturbing, you better check yourself to the doctor or a specialist in internal medicine. Follow-up examinations, such as x-rays, heart records, ultrasound, laboratories, etc. can be done by doctors to determine the diagnosis of the cause of shortness and the best treatment.
At this time, ease your tightness by:
Warm compresses on your chest and solar plexus
Avoid potential shortness of triggers (as mentioned above)
Expand relaxation, do not think too much
Regularly exercising, for example swimming, yoga, thai chi, gymnastics
Not taking drugs carelessly
Don't panic too much
Eat regularly, a little but often
Don't eat gass, sour and spicy foods first
Don't over-drink caffeinated drinks too
Stay away from cigarettes, drugs, especially alcohol
Hope this helps ...