Food Abstinence For Glandular TB Sufferers?
Hello, I want to ask whether the lung glands have something to do with the lungs. and what is the cause of the lump that appears? what foods should not be eaten !.
What do you mean by lung gland? What do you mean by TB gland?
Next we will explain about glandular TB.
TB or tuberculosis is an infection of mycobacterium tuberculosis, which can be transmitted through respiratory air or saliva splashes. TB can infect various organs in the body, such as the lungs, lymph nodes, digestive tract, bones, to the brain. TB infection can also be affected due to body resistance.
If you have glandular TB, glandular TB can cause symptoms such as the appearance of a lump in the body, such as the neck, armpits, or other areas. In addition tuberculosis glands can also cause fatigue, weight loss, and also a slight fever. Glandular TB can be associated with pulmonary TB infection. So that in patients with tuberculosis glands also require examination of the lungs.
In the case of glandular tuberculosis or pulmonary tuberculosis, there are no special food restrictions. You can consume a variety of foods, but it is recommended to consume nutritious foods containing high protein such as eggs, chicken meat, beef, milk, tofu, tempeh. it's important not to smoke, and get enough rest. wear a mask when outside the home. do not expel phlegm carelessly.
do routine control to your doctor so that doctors can check your condition regularly.
The following article you can read about tuberculosis
may be useful. thank you