Wednesday, April 17, 2019

how to cure tuberculosis


Tuberculosis is an infectious disease which mainly affects the lungs. Compared to other diseases due to a single infectious agent, this bacteria is Mycobacterium tuberculosis, tuberculosis is the second largest killer globally.

how to cure tuberculosis

Tuberculosis is mainly spread from one person to another person due to air. When someone is suffering from tuberculosis, they spread TB germs in the air by coughing, sneezing or spitting. Then the other person comes in contact with this thing, then he may also infected. A person may be infected with slight germs of these diseases.

A third of the world population is suffering from TV, which means that all people have been infected with Mycobacterium tuberculosis bacteria.

People with TB bacteria have a life-long risk of falling ill with 10% TB. However, people living with HIV, malnutrition, or those with diabetes, or people using tobacco such as the risk of getting sick are more likely.

Treatment for tuberculosis takes 6 to 9 months and sometimes more time. Most cases of tuberculosis can be corrected when proper medication is available and properly administered. 

Someone from this disease, when the person will recover or how long will it take depends on some things. Such as age, overall health, possible resistance to drugs and the location of infection such as lungs, brain, kidney infection.

If you think that you have come in contact with someone suffering from tuberculosis, call your doctor. You may be sick. They can help you to find out if you have any TB skin test or special blood test.

If the results show that you have TB, then you have to get treatment. What is actually involved will depend on whether you have latent TB infection (LTBI) or active TB disease.

If you have latent TB infection, then your body has TB germs, but they are not active. So, your doctor can write preventive medicine. This includes medicines that will keep the germs away from "waking up" and spreading.

If you have active TB disease, then your doctor will write several different medications, which are necessary for killing all TB bacteria. You will take these medicines for at least 6 to 9 months. Because all bacteria take at least 6 months to die. Isoniazid, rifampin, eethabytutole and pyrazinamide, these are the medicines used to treat diseases.

As long as it is prescribed, take your medication perfectly. If you stop or do not take it according to the order, then you may get sick again. Not only this, but you take the risk of infecting others. It is also a risk that TB may be difficult to treat for the second time because bacteria can become drug resistant.

Like all medicines, anti-tuberculosis pills also have a side effect, So stay in touch with the doctor, there is a lot of chances to be cured. If you experience illness or symptoms during treatment of TV disease, contact the doctor immediately. 

Some of the symptoms are as follows:

• Lack of appetite

• Nausea/vomiting

• jaundice – yellowish skin or eyes

• A fever that is high (100.4 F)  3 to more days

• Abdominal pain

• Pain in your chest

• Itchiness

• Skin rash

• unexplained tiredness

• Easy bruising

• Numbness or tingling around your mouth

• Blurred or otherwise changed vision

• Hearing loss