You are suffering from Uterine TB which is diagnosed recently.
TB of the uterus
is usually a silent infection with no apparent symptoms as the bacteria may remain latent in your system for as long as 10-20 years. However, some of the symptoms to watch out for include:
* menstrual disturbances(low or just spotting or delaying)
* (sudden) weight loss
* unexplained low or high grade fever
over a prolonged period
* pelvic pain
* vaginal discharges
Very effective anti-TB medication
, known as anti-tubercular therapy (ATT) is now available to treat the infection. The duration of your treatment may range from six to nine months, depending upon the stage in which the infection has been diagnosed.
While the treatment offers relief from pain, fever or discharge, it cannot repair the fallopian tubes, if they have been affected. Therefore, it is advisable to take a second opinion
before starting anti-TB medicines.
**TB EFFECTS ON FERTILITY:
If the TB was diagnosed at an early stage and the infection was treated promptly, your uterus may heal. The fact that you shed the old uterine lining every month during the menstrual period also helps.
However, in severe cases, the TB endometritis
may not heal and lead to scarring. Such scarring usually results in scanty periods. In some, the menstrual periods may completely stop because the uterine lining may be badly affected. Unfortunately, these women may not be able to conceive.
So if you want to conceive in future,consult with your gynaecologist.