The Cause Of Cough Is Accompanied By Blood With A History Of Tuberculosis?
Congratulations mlm I am 29 years old in 2006 I am in fact TBC treatment for 1 year more because my lung position has leaked because I bled a lot of blood after recovering and not taking medication after 2 years I decided to resign again to make sure my condition is really clean and the results are really clean. good, but a few months after that I caught a cold cough and suddenly coughed out my blood back to the doctor he said there was no problem from my lungs just the effect of the cold cough too long so the wound in his lungs became inflamed again. after a few years there was no complaint whatsoever but I recently coughed up with a cold. I took medicine for a very painful itchy throat. I coughed and sputumed with small spots like brown blood, while coughing again, there were no spots. After a few minutes, I coughed, there were spots, small spots, 5 small points, I went to the doctor. he said hnya inflammation but because I was not fasting to the hospital specialist in internal medicine I want to be in trance but the doctor won’t allow it, it seems like I’m fine without him using a tetoscope, the doctor guarantees that if there isn’t anything that’s wrong with my lungs, because of the way I speak, my breath is uncontrolled and there are no symptoms that lead to tb like decreased appetite, BB drastically dropped , prolonged sumeng, excessive sweating in the morning. but I am still worried until now, my trauma was once sick because now I have a small child afraid that if I re-infect my child will be infected. And I also have tonsil 2 which is very large and new today I see that my tonsils are right, like there are holes, according to the doctor, my pain is from my lungs or tonsils, doctor, thank you
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Tuberculosis is an infection of the lungs by the bacterium Micobacterium tuberculosis. This bacterium will cause chronic inflammation in the lungs and cause TB symptoms such as coughing for more than 2 weeks, weight loss, excessive sweating when not on the move, prolonged fever, shortness of breath, fatigue, etc. Tuberculosis is known through symptoms obtained, direct physical examination, sputum examination, and chest X-ray. Treatment requires a minimum of 6 months or more using prescribed antibiotics.
Coughing up blood can not only be caused by tuberculosis. Inflammation of the respiratory tract and excessive coughing can also trigger bleeding.
Symptoms of pulmonary TB recurrence cases will be the same as the symptoms of patients who have pulmonary TB for newly detected, ie, cough for more than 2 weeks, coughing up blood, mild fever prolonged, weight loss or difficulty rising, always sweating even though not active, appetite decreased, and shortness of breath. TB relapse can occur if after treatment is complete but the symptoms are still felt and with consideration of various investigations that must be done. Therefore, the information conveyed by your doctor before is true. You don't need to worry as long as you don't experience the various symptoms and signs of the tuberculosis infection.
The flu is a viral infection, which is characterized by coughing, runny nose, itchy or blocked nose, pain and discomfort in the throat. The flu is easily transmitted, especially in young children. The flu is caused by a virus and can heal itself along with the increase in endurance.
Associated with tonsils, this condition is also called inflammation of the tonsils (tonsillitis) which can be caused by viral or bacterial infections. Tonsil enlargement can be permanent or temporary if you are attacked by germs. Symptoms of this disease will make the throat become uncomfortable, itchy, painful when swallowing to cause difficulty speaking in special conditions. Ideally, a direct examination is done to assess the condition of your tonsils to the nearest doctor so that the type of abnormality can be identified along with the appropriate treatment.
It's natural to feel anxious about a recurrence of an illness. However, you should not be overly anxious as long as you don't experience significant signs or symptoms of tuberculosis. The possibility of coughing or complaints that you experience is caused by inflammation due to a viral infection. But to be sure, it needs a direct examination and evaluation to assess the condition of your respiratory system.
Take care of your body's health by consuming healthy and nutritious food, getting enough rest and meeting your body's fluid needs every day. Besides exercise every day is also important to do. Take vitamin supplements to help increase your endurance if necessary. And don't forget to use mouth and nose protective masks to minimize the spread of infectious germs around the home environment.
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