Changes In TB Treatment From Injectable Drugs?
I want treatment 2 weeks ago, then I have a strong feeling of nausea, vomiting … and in the end, because the liver is high and why is it now that I tried to inject it 2 months, why is it that I also have an injection that doesn’t really work? And I was sentenced to a millionaire, I was brat, and I didn’t fall, and every mlm I was sweating. Please ask for an explanation?
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Miliary tuberculosis (TB miliary) is one of the complications of tuberculosis, where TB germs have spread throughout the lung tissue because germs have entered the blood circulation. Generally miliary tuberculosis occurs in someone who is low endurance or in children. Symptoms of miliary TB are generally non-specific such as:
High fever. A cold sweat. Decreased appetite. Limp. The diagnosis of miliary TB can be made based on symptoms, physical examination by a doctor and supporting examinations such as chest x-ray. These symptoms can become more apparent if you have received treatment for 2 weeks. The treatment regimen for miliary TB is also slightly different from ordinary TB, and one of them involves the type of drug given by injection or injection.
In the meantime what you can do include:
Keep following the advice of the doctor who treats you. Keep consuming the medicine according to the rules. Use a mask when traveling. Avoid dust, pollution, and cigarette smoke. Open the window of the house every morning so that air circulates and sunlight comes in. worry you should check yourself with a lung specialist who previously treated you to get an evaluation related to your condition
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