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Symptoms of Intestinal TB and Its Treatment

Intestinal tuberculosis is a condition when the bacterium Mycobacterium tuberculosis infects the abdominal organs, peritoneum (membranes in the abdominal cavity), and intestines. TB bacteria can spread to the abdominal organs through blood, lymph, or swallowed phlegm. The risk of developing this disease is increased in people who have low body resistance, such as malnutrition, diabetes, or HIV. TB or tuberculosis is one of the most infectious diseases that cause death in Indonesia. TB infection generally occurs in the lungs. However, TB bacteria can spread to other organs, especially the pleura (membrane covering the lung), lymph nodes, and intestines. Symptoms of Intestinal TB Symptoms of intestinal TB are often non-specific and difficult to distinguish from other intestinal diseases, such as colon cancer and Crohn's disease. But in general, symptoms of intestinal TB can be: Stomach ache Fever Weight loss Constipation or constipation Diarrhea Enlarged liver and spleen
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These are the Causes of Heart Failure and the Risk Factors

There are various causes of heart failure and things that have the risk of causing heart failure. By knowing what causes heart failure and the risk factors, you can avoid and anticipate this condition. Heart failure is a condition when the heart is unable to pump blood and oxygen effectively to all organs of the body in need. As a result, many functions of the body's organs will be disrupted. This condition can be identified by the appearance of several symptoms of heart failure, such as: Shortness of breath, especially when doing physical activity or when lying down. Swelling in the body, for example at the ankles. Heart beating fast. Getting tired quickly, especially after exercising or doing certain physical activities. Decreased appetite. More often pee at night. A cough that doesn't get better and feels heavy at night. Difficulty focusing and concentration. If you feel these symptoms, see your doctor immediately. Because these symptoms can also occur due to o

Be careful, Eat Junk Food When Pregnant There Are Risks

Along with increased appetite, some pregnant women no longer choose the type of food consumed, including fast food. Though food which is often called junk food has a risk for fetal development. Hormonal changes can trigger changes in the sense of taste and sense of smell in pregnant women. With tempting flavors and flavors, let alone get it quite easily, no need to bother cooking, and the price is quite affordable. The Right Reasons to Avoid Junk Food When Pregnant Here are some reasons why pregnant women should avoid consuming fast food, including: Does not provide the necessary nutrition Fast food generally does not provide the nutrients needed by the baby's development, such as for the brain, bones, immune system and various organs of the baby's body. Increase the risk of allergies According to research, women who consume a lot of sugar either in the form of processed, honey or juice during pregnancy, are feared more at risk of having children who have alle