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People with latent tuberculosis show no symptoms and are not contagious. Those with active TB are contagious and experience various flu-like symptoms, swelling and pain, depending on the location of the infection, accord... More »

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Early symptoms of tuberculosis, or TB, include coughing, chest pain, and expectorating sputum or blood, notes the United States Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. A cough lasting more than 3 weeks is a telltale ... More »

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The earliest symptoms of HIV in women are usually mild flu-like symptoms, such as fever, tiredness and headache, according to Healthline. Swollen lymph nodes are also common early in the infection, although many women ha... More »

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Common symptoms of tuberculosis include fatigue and weakness, fever, chills or night sweats, and a cough with thick, cloudy or bloody mucus for more than two weeks, according to WebMD. Patients with tuberculosis may also... More »

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Some of the most common symptoms of tuberculosis (TB) include a cough that lasts more than 3 weeks, a painful sensation in the chest and coughing up blood or sputum from the chest. Tuberculosis is caused by a bacteria an... More »

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Early symptoms of tuberculosis, or TB, include coughing, chest pain, and expectorating sputum or blood, notes the United States Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. A cough lasting more than 3 weeks is a telltale ... More »

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Symptoms of tuberculosis include a loss of appetite, unplanned weight loss, coughing for three or more weeks or chest pain when coughing or breathing, according to Mayo Clinic. Some people with tuberculosis may experienc... More »

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