The Possibility Of Pulmonary TB Can Be Completely Cured?
Morning, my goddess wants to ask about the lung tub. Around 2017 I have consulted a doctor about my cough that is not right, and the doctor told me to take an X-ray, after being X-rayed, I have spots on my lungs and it says lung bacteria, after that I was given medicine, before I took the drug, my bb was 49 and after being given my bb medicine it became 45, then later my family started consulting other doctors and the doctor suggested that I get an injection during brp times so I forgot and then the medicine that the doctor gave, after that my cough disappeared, after that but why until now my bb can’t go up, do I still have pulmonary bacteria or how? And can I now take medication for my lung?
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Treatment of pulmonary tuberculosis is different from infectious diseases in general. The treatment requires the intensity and duration of treatment which combines several types of drugs at a time, namely for a minimum of 6 consecutive months to 12 months depending on the clinical condition and severity of TB that occurs.
Because the treatment is a long-term process, it is still normal if weight loss still occurs after a while taking anti-TB drugs, which are related to treatment but are still part of the course of the disease that occurs
If you stop taking your medication before the recommended time, the TB disease that you are suffering from has the potential to become resistant to the drugs that are usually given. If this happens, TB becomes more dangerous and difficult to treat
It's a good idea to check yourself with a pulmonary specialist to get a thorough examination and evaluation and further treatment related to your condition
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