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Irregular periods, unable to conceive. TB PCR of menstrual blood positive. Is it curable, pregnancy chance?

Dear Doctor... I had irregular period since last 6 month. used to get period after 50days . I am also unable to concieve since past 10 years of my marriage. doctor advised me to do TB PCR of my menstral blood . The report shows Mycrobaterial DNA PCR : Detected. Species : Mycobaterium Tuberculosis complex. Is this curable? and can i get pregnant?
Asked On : Mon, 9 Jul 2012
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Welcome to HealthcareMagic forum.
You seem to be affected with tuberculosis of the reproductive tract which is caused by a bacteria called mycobacterium tuberculae.
It is a curable condition and the treatment includes antitubercular medicines taken orally ( sometimes injectibles) for a course of atleast 6 months or more( as per category and severity of illness).
If the tuberculosis has caused tubal blockage or affected the uterus it can cause infertility and other menstrual problems , so there is a good possibility that you might be able to conceive with appropriate treatment .
However any assurance or exact duration for conception can't be commented before the completion of treatment and reassessment of your reproductive system by your gynaecologist .
So please do not lose hope and go ahead with the proposed treatment.
Hope I have answered your query.
Wishing you good health.
Answered: Mon, 9 Jul 2012
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