The symptoms of tuberculosis may stay unnoticed until the pulmonary and extra-pulmonary state comes out as an advanced stage. Due to this reason, the regular check ups for all persons are recommended by physicians so that they can keep record of their health state suitably.
Symptoms of Pulmonary Tuberculosis
This tuberculosis, pulmonary tuberculosis also known as TB, is a communicable bacterial contamination that must be examined while it is in its initial stage so that it can be prevented getting spread over the other organs. It must be prevented before it moves towards its advanced and critical stage. This disease is a type of lung infection which spreads similarly to other infections but doesn’t have decipherable symptoms. Several people cultivate pulmonary tuberculosis during the concealing period of tuberculosis and its indications which can comprise of fever, cough and cold, unnecessary sweat, some abnormalities which can only be observed during the X-Ray of chest.
There are some of the symptoms that the tuberculosis patient possesses as the disease tends to get in its critical stage or advanced stages. They comprises of:
· Sudden feeling of illness and can experience drop in your energy
· Appetite loss results in tremendous weight loss
· Concise breath i.e. mild in the beginning and then grows more worsen
· Continual cough and cold with thick layer of phlegm which also involved blood traces.
Types and Symptoms of Extra Pulmonary Tuberculosis
Extra Pulmonary tuberculosis is the advanced stage of Pulmonary Tuberculosis as the name suggests. When the condition of the patient becomes worse and it starts affecting other organs of the body, this is called extra pulmonary tuberculosis. This disease generally makes target those individuals that have very weak immune system (defense system of body for fighting with sickness or diseases).
The symptoms of this disease eventually lead to the determination of these affected organs of the human body. They can comprise of:
· Swelling of lymph just close to lungs
· Bones and joints can be seen unusual
· The digestive system might not work properly
· The reproductive system, the bladder
· And the nervous system
In such body organs you may feel some abnormality during tuberculosis.
The gastrointestinal tuberculosis can be identified with the help of its symptoms such as diarrhea, blood traces from anus and also the stomach ache.
The symptoms of genitourinary tuberculosis include the sudden pain in bladder and the reproductive system of the body, an invariable urge for urinate during night, and the feeling of burning while urinating and the blood traces in urine as well.
This is the most prominent tuberculosis and its symptoms may include deficiency of mobility and sensation of the affected joints as well as bones, the patients may suffer from bone pain and sudden depreciation of bones that results in bending and the fracture of bones.
Central Nervous System Tuberculosis
The symptoms of central nervous system tuberculosis which affects the spinal cord and also the brain, generally comprises of toughness in the neck, pain in head (headache), blurred vision, sick feeling and unpredictable mental condition like fits etc.