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Getting frequent fever after taking TB treatment and cured. What could this be?

My fatther age :67 weight 66 kgs is suffered from TB for 6 months and after that when we showed the X-ray doctor told its completely cured. But now again hes getting fever now and then. I am little worried. what could be the reason ??? also are there are any chances of getting TB for second time??? Is this is the symptom of Lung CANCER ??? Please reply me.
Asked On : Wed, 15 Aug 2012
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Your father has recently taken tb treatment and has been declared cured by a doctor so let`s presume that he is cured of tb for the time being. There can be many other causes for fever. Does he have any other associated symptoms. If fever continues for some more time, he should consult his doctor and take a complete health check including relevant investigations. There are definitely chances of getting tb a second time or even reactivation of tb in the body. Fever may or may not be a symptom of cancer. That`s why i insist on a complete health check.
Answered: Thu, 16 Aug 2012
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