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Endometrial Tuberculosis
I was diagnosed with endometrial TB in Jan 2017, after which i underwent 8 months of treatment for TB. Now before proceeding for IVF, we again went for hysteroscopy and a test for TB PCR. The TB PCR test again came as positive. Is it possible for TB to persist even after taking 8 months of medication?
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Possible Good to get a correction for causes in lifestyle related to food sleep activity
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hi , in this case i'll suggest to start ayurvedic treatment . because tb directly affect of fertility . ayurvedic medicines will fight against TB to help cure faster as well improves fertility .
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consult directly with reports
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Hello, Possible.consult a TUBERCULAR spesialist( pulmonologist)for further treatment OTHERWISE you may convert a case of MDR category.which is utmost painful therapy of INJECTABLE ANTIBIOTIC. so think.. .ok
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