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What are symptoms of tb? Is chest pain one of them?

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Dr. Scott Rudkin
Emergency Medicine
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In brief: Not typical

Pulmonary tuberculosis typically presents with cough, blood in the sputum, weight loss and night sweats.

In brief: Not typical

Pulmonary tuberculosis typically presents with cough, blood in the sputum, weight loss and night sweats.
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Dr. Edward Hoffer
Internal Medicine - Cardiology

In brief: Cough

The most common symptom of active TB is a cough.
The phlegm may be tinged with blood. Fever is common, weight loss and fatigue are symptoms of more advanced disease. Chest pain would be uncommon.

In brief: Cough

The most common symptom of active TB is a cough.
The phlegm may be tinged with blood. Fever is common, weight loss and fatigue are symptoms of more advanced disease. Chest pain would be uncommon.
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