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Doctor insights on: Primary Complex Carbohydrates Vs Simple Carbohydrates

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Will TB test be positive if one had primary complex?

Will  TB test be positive if one had primary complex?

Yes, I think so.: It may not be an absolute certainty, but i would advise the physician of the fact that there was a primary complex diagnosed and treated (assuming it was) either before the TB test or at the time of results if they are positive. I have never had positive results, but i was told that i had a primary complex - i always tell them the history just to be informationally complete. Best! ...Read more

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What happens during the course of treatment for my 1year old for primary complex will she gain enough weight on the process?

What happens during the course of treatment for my 1year old for primary complex will she gain enough weight on the process?

Yes: Baby should gain weight normally if the treatment is appropriate and he/she is responding well to the treatment, and you are compliant with a treatment. ...Read more

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My daughter has primary complex what must have cause and is it going to comebck evn after treatment? We have ptb before me and my husband

My daughter has primary complex what must have cause and is it going to comebck evn after treatment? We have ptb before me and my husband

Kids are susceptible: Kids are quite susceptible to tuberculosis and it appears your daughter must have contracted it. In the Philippines, there are many, many cases. Hopefully she can get good treatment -and I expect it to resolve completely and she would be cured. Not sure 'where' you live in the Phils, but San Lazaro in Manila has knowledgeable staff. Good nutrition is also essential at this time for recovery. Ingat ...Read more

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Can a 10 year old child be affected of primary complex?

Can a 10 year old child be affected of primary complex?

Absolutely yes: A child can inhale the mycobacteria from an active person coughing on them. The TB then travels to the lung where a healthy immune system will quarantine it surrounded by nearby lymph nodes. The child remains healthy and usually has no symptoms. They may remain symptom free until their immune system declines and the disease becomes active. ...Read more

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I had a primary complex when i was 3 yrs old,i am 28 years old now, my X-Ray report shows the minor scar.I m very health and no sign of TB .pls guide.

I had a primary complex when i was 3 yrs old,i am 28 years old now, my X-Ray report shows the minor scar.I m very health and no sign of TB .pls guide.

Normal.: I hope you were treated with AntiTB medicines and now there is a scar- Granuloma seen in the Xray. This is the healed TB; Good thing you do not have any symptoms. No need for treatment. I am sure your doctor must have guided you the same. ...Read more

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My daughter 1yr old is under treatment for primary complex and she has been around old people who might have TB will her case worsen?

My daughter 1yr old is under treatment for primary complex and she has been around old people who might have TB will her case worsen?

Don't be afraid: The answer is 'no' - if she's on treatment for TB - she is actually 'protected' by that medicine. True, in the Phils there is a high burden of TB, but I would not worry unnecessarily. TB is usually contracted by prolonged, close quarter contact-- such as sleeping in a room with a coughing person. Sunlight and a nice breeze will prevent TB from being acquired -so if these are relatives, go outdoors ...Read more

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I m travelling to UK, my Dr asked me to go fr sputum test aftr seen in the scar in xray due to primary complex(childhood) I m healthy and no signof TB?

TB: TB can stay dormant in the lymph glands for years before being activated at a later time. Since TB is endemic in India need to be checked for tb at frequent time with with tb skin test or sputum. If you received BCG vaccine, the best way is to do sputum for tb ...Read more

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How much time does it take to the body to absorb simple and complex carbohydrates?

How much time does it take to the body to absorb simple and complex carbohydrates?

Eating: There is no simple answer to this question. It varies and is a complex issue based upon what else one is eating, what diseases one has; if one is on medication, etc. I would be interested what prompts the question. There seems to be little real life use for this information since it will change every day in each human. ...Read more