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Child has cough, running nose, sputum with blood. Got treated for primary complex. Grand parent has TB. Recurrence?

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My daughter is suffered by primary complex when she was in the age of 2 , then it was treated with help of child specialist .now she is 5 yrs old ,still she is frequently getting cough and running nose.some time she is sputum with blood. Is that any chance to recur that primary complex. Actually my mother was suffered by fungi/tb ,now she is no more , my daughter is some time closer to my mother. please guide me.
Asked On : Fri, 19 Apr 2013
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Tuberculosis , does affect children as well and is called Primary complex.
Tuberculosis in a child, the bacteria infect the lungs, At this point, the bacteria may remain latent, These includes pneumonia, liquid on the lungs, and collapse of the lungs.. More apparent symptoms symptoms include weight loss and heavy coughing. The bacteria are usually still present in the lungs and may cause another infection.
Childrens are less infectious than adults, children usually pick up the disease from infected adults. For this reason, try to prevent childrens from adults with tuberculosis who are in close contact
Give Thaleesadi churnam with honey two times a day
Adathoda vasika, and holi basil are the effective combination of herbs to treat this
Decofcyn syrb 5 ml daily twice,
Answered: Mon, 22 Apr 2013
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