on the year 2003 I undergo a minor surgery on my left breast because of a cysts(not malignant) and by year 2005, i was diagnosed to have a PTB, I got a medication for about 6 months and my medicines are rifampicin, pyracinamide, bevitrin and after the medication, i undergo a chest X-ray and the result tells that i have a normal chest X-ray (Impression: Normal Chest X-ray)..Last 2009, i undergo a chest X-ray again and the result is pulmonary fibrosis on left upper lobe, the rest of the lung is clear.I went to a doctor on specialized on lung and he said that i was already free from the said ailment, What the X-ray result tells is that i have a scar(fibrosis).he didn't prescribe on what medicine to take instead he gave me a vitamins named restor-F. Last day as an employee of one of fastfood chain, I undergo on an annual physical exam and my X-ray result is the same as the result on my X-ray last 2009.Question: is the scar from my cysts operation on the left breast refer to the fibrosis that was seen on my X-ray?Am I really free from that PTB?pls. help...Thank you.
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