WHO CAN GET TUBERCULOSIS?
In some cases, the incubation period will be short because the patient has a weak immune system. After the incubation period, tuberculosis becomes an infectious disease. The following groups of people are at high risk of tuberculosis, including:
– Have HIV or other diseases that weaken the immune system.
– Have close contact with tuberculosis patients.
– Caregivers of patients with tuberculosis: doctors, nurses, nurses …
– Live and work in places where people have tuberculosis, such as refugee camps or health clinics.
– People who live in places with poor medical conditions.
– Alcohol or drug abuse.
– Travel to places where tuberculosis is common. The majority are in developing regions such as Latin America, Africa, Asia, Eastern Europe, and Russia…
SIGNS AND SYMPTOMS OF TUBERCULOSIS:
The incubation stage: Most people have no symptoms at this stage and have no infection.
After the incubation stage: The symptoms began to appear. Depending on which organ is affected, symptoms can include cough and lasts for at least 3 weeks, cough with sputum or blood, chest pain, fever, night sweats, weight lost, lost of appetite, tired and weak. Tuberculosis symptoms can be caused by many other lung diseases.
HOW CAN CO-DI HELP PATIENTS WITH TUBERCULOSIS?
With ingredients containing Ginger, Coconut Lemongrass: CO-DI brings warmth inside tuberculosis patient’s bodies. The spicy & warm function of Ginger helps to relieve cough and sputum quickly. The purification and interpretation function of Coconut helps to bring toxins inside out. CO-DI makes your lungs green.
Take CO-DI once a day and may increase the dose 3 times a day. Drinking CO-DI when coughing, CO-DI helps to curb the cough immediately.
Keep taking CO-DI even if you are taking tuberculosis medicines. Medications for tuberculosis often make your body very hot, taking CO-DI helps to warm up the cold area and cool down the hot area.
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