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Treatments

  • Antibiotics

    Antibiotic medications may kill mycobacteria, but can take months to effectively stop the infection. These medicines might only be used if your infection is causing symptoms like fever.

  • Physical Therapy

    Physical therapy can help you cough up mucus and bacteria. Physical therapists can use exercises, devices that loosen mucus in the chest, or other techniques to help you cough.

  • Nebulizers

    Nebulizers produce a sterile saline mist that can help loosen up mucus in the lungs so you can more easily cough up mucus.