Patient Comments: Tuberculosis - After Treatment

Do you continue to have problems after being treated for TB?

Comment from: Richie, 19-24 Male (Patient) Published: November 18

I experienced hearing loss after my second treatment of TB.

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Comment from: Ynna, 25-34 Female (Patient) Published: November 01

I've been diagnosed with tuberculosis early this year. I'm done with the treatment for 6 months, but I'm still worried because the lump on my neck is still there.

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Comment from: Ashish, 19-24 Male (Patient) Published: April 15

I am 24 year old guy. There were no symptoms of cough for three days. I was under pressure since July 2012, so my lifestyle is irregular. It is my nature to feel a fever when I'm under pressure. This time, I had a fever, and after three days felt chest pain. I went to the doctor for the chest pain, who ordered an X-ray. The doctor showed me cavities in the image. Then I started coughing up sputum. I had other tests, like a CT scan fiberoptic bronchoscopy, which showed the presence of a few Candida cells. The doctor told me to take TB medicine.

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Comment from: devraj, 25-34 Male (Patient) Published: February 13

After 7 months treatment for my TB, I feel better than before the treatment. I was suffered with fever, body pains and weakness. At the moment I am almost ok but still I am suffering with lower arms light pain and heat or temperature problem

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