Tuberculosis (TB) is a diseases 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. Learn to recognize the symptoms of TB disease and find out if you are at risk.
Latent TB infection and TB disease
The bacteria that cause TB is spread through the air from person to person. The TB bacteria are put into the air when a person with TB disease coughs, sneezes, speaks, or sings. People nearby may breathe in these bacteria and become infected. There are two types of TB conditions: latent TB infectionand TB disease.
TB bacteria can live in the body without making you sick. This is called latent TB infection. In most people who breathe in TB bacteria and become infected, the body is able to fight the bacteria to stop them from growing. People with latent TB infection do not feel sick, do not have any symptoms, and cannot spread TB bacteria to others.
If TB bacteria become active in the body and multiply, the person will go from having latent TB infection to being sick with TB disease.
Symptoms of Tuberculosis (TB)
You may not notice any symptoms of illness until the disease is quite advanced. Even then the symptoms — loss of weight, loss of energy, poor appetite, fever, a productive cough, and night sweats — might easily be blamed on another disease.
TB bacteria most commonly grow in the lungs, and can cause symptoms such as:
- A bad cough that lasts 3 weeks or longer
- Pain in the chest
- Coughing up blood or sputum (mucus from deep inside the lungs)
Other symptoms of TB disease may include:
- Weakness or fatigue
- Weight loss
- No appetite
- Sweating at night
Anyone can get TB , but people at high risk generally fall into two categories:
- People recently infected with TB bacteria
- People with medical conditions that weaken the immune system
You are at increased risk for being infected with TB bacteria if:
- You have spent time with a person with TB disease
- You are from a country or have visited areas where TB disease is very common
- You live or work where TB disease is more common, such as a homeless shelter, prison or jail, or long-term care facility
- You are a health-care worker who works with clients or patients who are at increased risk for TB disease
You have a higher chance of getting TB disease once infected if:
- You have HIV infection
- You are a child younger than 5 years of age
- You have recently been infected with TB bacteria in the last two years
- You have other health problems that make it hard for your body to fight disease
- You smoke cigarettes or abuse alcohol and/or drugs
- You were not treated correctly for latent TB infection or TB disease in the past
Herbal/Traditional Treatment For Tuberculosis (TB) Cough ( Iko Tuberculosis)
- Atare ( Alligator Pepper)
- Ata ijosi (Small Pepper)
- Aayu (Garlic)
- Egbo Igi Guava gbigbe ( Dry Bark Of Guava Tree)
- Egbo Igi Cashew gbigbe ( Dry Bark Of Cashew Tree)
- Alubosa Elewe ( False cubeb leaves)
- Ojere epo ( Red Palm Oil)
- Iyo ( Salt)
- We are going to Grind all the Herbs and both the Spices together on a native Grander ( Olo Gege).
- Buy a Meat Worth of #500 Or Any amount you can buy.
- Cut The Meat into pieces (For men 9 Pieces) ( For Women 7 Pieces) .
- Place The Red Palm Oil on a cooking stove, but the Palm oil should not hot too much.
- When Palm Oil is a bit hot, Add both the Grind herbs and the Spices also the Meat we cut into pieces.
- Make it cooked for some minute, And the add a Little Salt.
- After well cooked,Prepare to eat the concoction
Note: Only the the affected person should eat the concoction and must not eat with any other food.
Ao lo 1 to 6 po ni ori olo gege bi a se ma nlo ata lori olo.
Ao ge eran maalu bi oni #500 tabi iye ti owo wa ka si mesan fun okurin, meje fun obirin, ao gbe ojere epo ka ina lori adiro sugbon a ko ni je Ki o gba o.
Ti o ba ti gbona di e, ao da elo ti a lo lori olo si pelu eran ti a ti ge.
Ao je Ki o so papo fun igba di e Ki a to fi iyo si Ki o le ni adun.
Ao je ki o jina daada. Eni to ba ni arun yi nikan ni o leto lati je obe yi.
Ko si ohunje ti ko le fi je.
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