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Is brain TB curable ?

hello sir i m suffering from a problm in my brain DR said that i have brain TB.plz tell me that is it curable i dnt want to die, i m 26 yr old female & i m not leave with my parents bcoz i m doing job,& i dnt want to say anything about that to my parents,plz reply
Asked On : Sat, 20 Aug 2011
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Brain TB is treatable condition but can be associated with complications like hydrocephalus, brain damage. You need to take Government Anti-TB treatment and also care from Neurosurgeon. If you can tell your health problems we will be in better position to help you. Eat high protein diet like pulses, eggs, chicken, lean meat. Eat fresh fruits and green leafy vegetables. Do proper exercise and move all limbs regularly. The disease is treatable provided not late in detecting it. Have faith in your Neurosurgeon and adhere to the treatment as advised without missing single dose.
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Answered: Mon, 22 Aug 2011
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