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Typical symptoms of TB include:

  • having a persistent cough for more than three weeks that may bring up phlegm, which may be blood-stained
  • weight loss
  • night sweats
  • high temperature (fever)
  • tiredness and fatigue
  • loss of appetite

If you suspect you have TB and have had a cough that has lasted for more than three weeks or if you cough up blood, you should contact our service or see your GP.