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Am 32yrs old,I was diagnosed of pulmonary tb November last year 2018.i started medication 23rd of November
And completed medication for 6months (may 9,2019).noticed since last month i still sweat and now am having midnight sweat,is this supposed to keep happening?i don’t cough often maybe twice in 3 days or so....

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replied June 13th, 2019
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Welcome to e health forum.

If you have completed the TB regimen, then you can get retest of your sputum to check if you are negative for the infection.

This can help to clear all your doubts

Other possibilities in case of a negative test result would be a viral infection (common cold) or infection of the paranasal sinuses .

Consult your doctor who can examine you and do the needful

I hope this helps.

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