Effect Of Pulmonary TB Treatment History On Female Fertility?
I suffered from TB disease 3 years ago, and was declared cured after taking OAT for +/- 6 months … Does it affect fertility? Because I had a miscarriage, and now it’s almost 7 months after a miscarriage not pregnant again .. Thank you
Hello Agustina, thank you for asking.
Lung tuberculosis that has been completely treated and has been declared cured does not have a direct impact on your reproductive fertility. Unless you currently have tuberculosis outside the lungs and affect the reproductive organs, this may have an effect on fertility.
Keep in mind that many causes a person is not yet pregnant. Health factors of female reproductive organs, quality of ovum cells, health of male reproductive organs, and quantity of sperm cell quality. All of these are very important in determining one's fertility.
There are also other factors that affect fertility, including:
Conditions of reproductive hormone balance Conditions of hormonal balance other than reproductive hormones TORCH infection Underweight or excess body weight Drastic dietary changes, such as a diet that is too restrictive, or bulimia Fatigue and insufficient rest Unresolved psychic stress History of other illnesses You should consult this matter with an obstetrician, also take your husband, so that you both get a thorough examination. Your doctor will probably do a supporting examination like ultrasound, do a sperm test, and check hormone levels in the blood.
At present the treatments you can try are:
Get a good night's rest Recognize and treat stressors Try to exercise 3-5x a week for 30 minutes, for example jogging or biking Stop the use or exposure to cigarettes Stop alcohol consumption Increase intake of vegetables and fruits with good levels of anti-oxidants, vitamins, and minerals Increase protein intake vegetable and animal Thus our answers, may be useful for you. Regards.