What Is My Child’s Cough With TB Glands?
In the morning, my child coughed and had difficulty suggesting taking a blood test, the result was negative, but the doctor still suggested treatment for 6 months in this diagnosis, the TB gland … what hsl is negative but has to take 6 months of treatment ???
From the information you have conveyed, if there is a negative result of pulmonary TB from a chest X-ray, it does not require pulmonary TB treatment.
However, if there is an enlarged gland, especially in the neck, where the enlarged tuberculosis glands can be caused by infection with the TB germs in the lymph nodes, the diagnosis can be confirmed by a Mantoux test or by a BIOPSI examination of neck lymph nodes or suspected.
Therefore, discuss with the doctor who treats your child regarding the child's clinical condition, the examination that supports the diagnosis of glandular tuberculosis and the treatment plan that will be given.
You can also ask for a second opinion from another pediatrician for further examinations and investigations to diagnose glandular tuberculosis in your child.
That is the information we can convey, also read glandular tuberculosis.