TB or tuberculosis has been a bane for a formidable number of artists and poets amongst other people for a long, long time. Thanks to the triumphant march of medical science we can now say that thankfully it is a thing of the past. In the initial stages, the symptoms of TB in the kidney or renal tuberculosis is generally absent. Later, the symptoms of TB in the renal area may include inflammation of the kidney, Pyelonephritis, Chills, Fever, Shivers, appetite Loss, Malaise and pain in the kidney
Types of TB
Latent TB- When you have TB in its latent variant, the bacteria causing the disease is present but is inactive and you show no symptoms of TB. Furthermore, it should be noted that although it is not active it can change its colours so you should consult a General physician immediately if you suspect this disease.
Active TB- This is the type of tuberculosis we generally talk about. The disease is contagious and it may affect you immediately or even years later.
In either case, consult a general physician to get the most appropriate treatments.