All You Need To Know About Tuberculosis Disease And It’s Natural Treatment In Nigeria

All You Need To Know About Tuberculosis Disease And It’s Natural Treatment In Nigeria

WHAT IS TUBERCULOSIS?

TB is an infectious disease caused by TB bacteria (Mycobacterium tuberculosis) and most often affects the lungs. TB infection can cause serious damage to the lungs and other organs.

1. HOW DO YOU GET TUBERCULOSIS?

Tuberculosis is caused by bacteria that spread from person to person through microscopic droplets released into the air. This can happen when someone with the untreated, active form of tuberculosis coughs, speaks, sneezes, spits, laughs or sings. Although tuberculosis is contagious, it’s not easy to catch.

2. WHAT HAPPENS IF YOU HAVE TUBERCULOSIS?

If you have a positive reaction to the TB test, the health district will schedule a chest x-ray. A test of the phlegm you cough up may be required after your X-rays are reviewed. If you have latent TB infection, you may need to take our treatment to keep you from developing active TB disease.

3. CAN THE TB BE COMPLETELY CURED?

Yes. Cure tuberculosis naturally with our tuberculosis solution kits

4. WHAT CAUSES DEATH FROM TUBERCULOSIS?

The causes of death are pneumonia and respiratory failure.

5. CAN YOU DIE OF TUBERCULOSIS?

Tuberculosis is actually the primary cause of death for people with HIV. Anyone who receives a late diagnosis is also at a greater risk of dying from tuberculosis. The later you start treatment, the more time the bacteria have to spread throughout the lungs and to other parts of the body.

6. IS TUBERCULOSIS FATAL?

Tuberculosis (TB) is a disease caused by bacteria that are spread through the air from person to person. If not treated properly, TB disease can be fatal. People infected with TB bacteria who are not sick may still need treatment to prevent TB disease from developing in the future.

7. CAN TUBERCULOSIS BE TRANSMITTED THROUGH KISSING?

The TB germs enter the air when a person with active TB disease of the lungs or throat coughs, sneezes, speaks, or sings. TB is NOT spread by shaking someone’s hand, sharing food or drink, touching bed linens or toilet seats, sharing toothbrushes or kissing.

8. IS TB IS A DEADLY DISEASE?

Tuberculosis is a bacterial disease that infects the lungs and may spread to other parts of the body. Tuberculosis has been plaguing humankind for thousands of years; it has been and still is one of the most deadly infectious diseases in the world.

9. HOW LONG DOES IT TAKE TO SHOW SIGNS OF TUBERCULOSIS?

How soon do symptoms appear? Most people infected with the germ that causes TB never develop active TB. If active TB does develop, it can occur two to three months after infection or years later. The risk of active disease lessens as time passes.

10. WHAT HAPPENS IF YOU TEST POSITIVE FOR TUBERCULOSIS?

If you have a positive reaction to the TB test, the health district will schedule a chest x-ray. A test of the phlegm you cough up may be required after your X-rays are reviewed. If you have latent TB infection, you may need to take our treatment to keep you from developing active TB disease.

11. HOW DO YOU KNOW IF YOU HAVE BEEN EXPOSED TO TB?

You may have been exposed to TB if you spent time near someone with TB disease of the lungs or throat. You can only get infected by breathing in TB germs that a person coughs into the air.

12. CAN A PERSON WITH TB GO TO WORK?

You need to stay home from work or school so that you don’t spread TB bacteria to other people. After taking your treatment for a few weeks, you will feel better and you may no longer be infectious to others.

13. CAN YOU TEST POSITIVE FOR TB AND NOT HAVE IT?

If you were vaccinated with BCG, you may have a positive reaction to a TB skin test. This reaction may be due to infection with the TB bacteria. However, in some people, BCG may cause a positive skin test when they are not infected with TB bacteria. You recently spent time with a person who has TB disease.

14. CAN YOU GET TB A SECOND TIME?

You might need more treatment if tests show there is still TB bacteria in your body, but most people will get the all-clear. Your treatment will not be stopped until you are cured. It is possible to catch TB more than once, if you are unlucky enough to breathe in TB bacteria at another time.

15. HOW MANY DAYS DOES IT TAKES FOR A TB TEST TO BE READ?

Skin tests should be read 48-72 hours after the injection. The basis of the reading of the skin test is the presence or absence and the amount of induration (localized swelling). A negative test does not always mean that a person is free of tuberculosis.

16. CAN YOU GET CURED FROM TUBERCULOSIS?

Cure tuberculosis naturally with our tuberculosis solution kits.

17. CAN YOU GET SICK FROM A TUBERCULOSIS TEST?

The TB skin test will not make you sick. It may cause swelling, itching or tenderness at the site of injection, which usually disappears within a week.

18. CAN YOU GET TUBERCULOSIS IF YOU HAVE BEEN VACCINATED?

BCG is a vaccine for TB. BCG vaccine does not always protect people from getting TB . If you were vaccinated with BCG, you may have a positive reaction to a TB skin test . This reaction may be due to infection with the TB bacteria.

19. WHAT ARE THE SIDE EFFECTS OF A TB SKIN TEST?

Injection site reactions (redness, ulceration of the skin, skin rash, pain, discomfort, or itching),

Fever,

Shortness of breath,

Generalized rash, and.

Lightheadedness or fainting.

Rarely, an allergic reaction may occur.

20. HOW DO YOU GET RID OF TUBERCULOSIS?

Get rid of tuberculosis naturally with our tuberculosis solution kits

21. WHAT NOT TO EAT IF YOU HAVE TUBERCULOSIS?

Don’t drink alcohol it can add to the risk of liver damage from some of the medicines used to treat your TB. Limit refined products, like sugar, white breads, and white rice. Avoid high-fat, high-cholesterol red meat and instead load up on leaner protein sources like poultry, beans, tofu, and fish.

22. CAUSES OF TUBERCULOSIS

Tuberculosis is caused by bacteria that spread from person to person through microscopic droplets released into the air. This can happen when someone with the untreated, active form of tuberculosis coughs, speaks, sneezes, spits, laughs or sings. Although tuberculosis is contagious, it’s not easy to catch.

 

So, How Can I.A.& S. Wellness Centre Help Me Solve My Tuberculosis Problem?

The Best And Working Solution Is: TUBERCULOSIS SOLUTION KITS

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