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I have Proliferative phase with mild lymphoplasmacytic infiltration. Do i have uterus TB ?

hi.i am 31 yrs old women married for 1.5 years and i dnt have any kid.i m 5.2 inches and weight is 39 kg. i had pain in my lowe abdomen for 1 years i consulted doctor .i i m have gone through endometric biopsy in may according to which i have Proliferative phase with mild lymphoplasmacytic infiltration.secondly in molecular biology result for mycobacterium genus was detected. do these says that i have uterus tb.
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They haven't mentioned which Mycobacterium as there are many types. Mycobacterium tuberculosis will be Tuberculosis infection of Uterus. Have you lost weight. Any cough. You will need to confirm by PCR of endometrial tissue. If TB you can get Govt. sponsored treatment for Uterus TB. Eat plenty of fresh fruits and protein rich diet like chicken, pulses, cereals, eggs. Drink plenty of water. Avoid trying to conceive till you are cured.
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