TB Prevention

Many persons with latent TB infection never experience the symptoms of TB illness. However, some people with latent TB infection are more prone than others to acquire TB illness. High-risk individuals for TB disease development include:

people who are HIV-positive, Those who have just had TB infection during the last two years, Infants and young kids, Those who inject illegal drugs Those who suffer from illnesses that compromise their immune systems, Older individuals, People who in the past received improper TB treatment.

If you have latent TB infection and fall into one of these categories, you should take medication to prevent getting sick with TB. For latent tuberculosis infection, there are numerous therapy options. Which treatment is best for you must be decided by both you and your healthcare practitioner. It can prevent you from contracting TB disease if you take your medication as directed. Treatment for latent TB infection is more simpler than treatment for active TB disease since there are less germs present. The body of a person with TB disease has a lot of TB bacteria. To treat TB disease, numerous medications are required.

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