Is It True That The Breath Released From The Mouth And Nose Of TB Sufferers Is Contagious?
Hello doctor, I want to cough almost 2 weeks but don’t cough so I keep getting up every morning when I want to cough but not strong so I don’t cough. My teeth also often bleed. What are the symptoms of tuberculosis? And is it true that the breath released from the mouth and nose of a TB patient is contagious?
TB / TB / tuberculosis is an infectious disease that is caused due to bacterial infection of TB tuberculosis. TB can be transmitted to patients with saliva splashes. Pulmonary TB symptoms include coughing for more than 3 weeks, night sweats, fever, shortness of breath, chest pain, bloody cough, decreased appetite, and weight loss.
Examination for TB is by sputum testing, rapid molecular tests, x-rays, and blood tests if necessary. Treatment for TB is with anti-tuberculosis drugs consisting of several types of antibiotics. TB treatment is carried out for a minimum of 6 months.
Are you referring to a sore throat that feels like it will cough? Itchy throat like coughing can be caused by lack of drinking, irritation, allergies, inhaling chili powder or pepper, after screaming and singing for a long time, consumption of oily food, colds, infections of the throat.
While bleeding gums / teeth can be caused due to inflammation of the gums, injury to the gums, hormonal changes during pregnancy, lack of vitamin C and vitamin K, the effect of using blood-thinning drugs, leukemia, hemophilia, and dengue fever.
For the time being you can do the following tips first:
Get enough rest
Drink plenty of water
Eat lots of vegetables and fruit
Kuranmgi screams or sings loudly
Avoid breathing through the mouth
Use a mask when leaving the house
Avoid cigarette smoke
Drink warm lemon water
Gargle with warm salt water
Use a softer toothbrush
If the complaint does not improve, you should consult a doctor directly so that further tests can be done to ascertain the cause of your complaint so that you can be given more appropriate treatment for your condition. If needed the doctor can do a blood test, sputum test, and x-rays to confirm your condition.
Hope it helps you,