Diagnosed With Breast Tuberculosis After An ASI Clot Operation?
Hello good morning, I erista unur 25 years old is breastfeeding a child aged 18 months … Last August I underwent surgery and clot wounds not sewn but dintampon until December dry sores I control again ultrasound breast again turns out there are still bags that have not been taken finally This December I operated again, the results of the PA said I had TB, even though I did not experience any symptoms of TB, what should I do again to be sure, and I was breastfeeding whether my child should be weaned ?? Thank you
TB or tuberculosis is a disease caused by bacterial infection of Mycobacterium tuberculosis. Most TB cases that occur are pulmonary TB, so generally the education or information provided related to TB infection ranges from pulmonary TB cases only, however TB can occur in various organs and still require comprehensive treatment because it can be very dangerous.
Anatomical pathology examination is a final diagnostic examination, so if the results of anatomic pathology examination indicate that you have an infection with mammary TB (breast tuberculosis) then this is most likely the case so you should discuss the results of your examination with your doctor to determine the appropriate treatment steps according to the conditions You. Discuss about breastfeeding with your doctor, if needed the doctor can encourage you to wean (stop breastfeeding) to make sure the treatment is going well.
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