The tuberculosis does not cough and does not have sputum, which may be related to the tuberculosis.
Tuberculosis is a respiratory infectious disease caused by tuberculosis infection, which occurs in lung tissue, trachea, bronchial and pleural.The clinical process is mostly chronic, manifested as respiratory symptoms such as cough, sputum, or blood in sputum, or hemoptysis, which can be accompanied by systemic symptoms such as low fever, fatigue, and night sweats.Early diagnosis and treatment, most patients have a good prognosis.Patients with tuberculosis usually have symptoms such as cough, sputum, night sweats, night sweats, fatigue, loss of appetite, fever in the afternoon, and weight loss.1. Patients with tuberculosis may not have any symptoms in the early stage.Patients can find tuberculosis through CT and chest slices.2. The most typical symptoms of patients with tuberculosis are cough and sputum.If the patient’s cough, sputum for more than two weeks, or blood and hemoptysis in sputum may be caused by tuberculosis.3. With the development of the disease, patients may develop symptoms and systemic symptoms of repetitive respiratory tract infections, such as night sweats, fatigue, fever in the afternoon, loss of appetite, and weight loss.4. If the patient’s lesions occur in the pleural, symptoms such as irritating cough, chest pain, and dyspnea may occur.The upper lung is a good part of tuberculosis. However, the tuberculosis of the upper lungs is relatively due to gravity reasons, and the secretions are rarely retained in the airway, which in turn stimulates the patient’s cough reflection, cough, and sputum.Therefore, some patients may have no symptoms of cough and sputum, including some patients may first have symptoms.
Patients with tuberculosis note: During the infection, isolation treatment should be received in the hospital, and should not go to public places as much as possible.Most children with tuberculosis are infected by family members.Therefore, pay special attention to protecting children.Patients with tuberculosis should quit smoking and alcohol. Smoking will aggravate symptoms such as cough, sputum, and hemoptysis. Best hemoptysis may endanger life.Patients with tuberculosis should quit alcohol because most anti -tuberculosis drugs are metabolized by the liver and have different degrees of damage to the liver.Drinking will increase the burden on the liver, and alcohol will also expand blood vessels, leading to hemoptysis.