It is commonly believed that TB affects only the lungs. But tuberculosis can also affect the liver, bones, brain, and genitals. Women in the age group of 15 to 45 years are affected by this disease and its mortality rate is also significant.
According to medical experts, the tuberculosis virus infects the ovaries. So these channels are closed. The lining of the uterus also becomes infected and the thickness of the lining decreases. It also affects the regular menstrual cycle. As a result, fertility stops. Tuberculosis also affects the ovaries, cervix, and vagina. Tuberculosis is contagious. Its germs are spread through the patient’s environment from sneezes and coughs. It hurts the other. As soon as the immune system is weakened, the TB germs in the body become infected and the number of TB germs increases dramatically and infects various organs. The germs of ‘miliary tuberculosis’ damage the lungs. This can endanger the life of the patient.
Symptoms of genital warts in women include various menstrual problems, abdominal pain, and vaginal discharge. It is diagnosed by a menstrual blood test and a “biopsy” of the uterus. Tuberculosis in pregnant women increases the risk of spontaneous abortion, uterine contractions, premature delivery, low birth weight and neonatal death. Although there are no other symptoms of uterine rupture, there are complaints of irregular menstruation or irregularity. Therefore, in case of any such problem or other symptoms of tuberculosis, it should be diagnosed immediately by consulting an expert doctor. If diagnosed early, treatment is carried out. They last a long time.
To stay away from tuberculosis, it is necessary to have a balanced diet, take care of yourself and clean yourself, and take proper precautions in public places. Tuberculosis patients should take care of this even after it has been cured. Adequate rest, live in a well-ventilated room, drink water regularly, follow regular advice without interrupting medical treatment.