You can go to a clinic or hospital or health center to get tested for TB.
Usually a person infected with TB has a 5 % chance of developing an active infection within 1-2 yrs.
The progression of TB varies with people, depending on race, the strength of a persons immune system.
The symptoms usually are a cough, this can produce a small amount of green/yellow sputum usually in the mornings .This however will increase with the progresstion of the disease. Another symptom is sweating so much at night a person has to change the bedding and night cloths. Shortness of breath,
A chest Xray that comes back abnormal, A TB skin test can be done as well. However a skin test is one of the most useful tests for diagnosing TB,it indicates only that an infection by the bacteria has occurred some time in the past.It does not reveal if the infection is currently active, only that the live TB bacteria are present somewhere in the body.
A TB skin testis by injecting a small amount of protein derived from TB bacteria between the layers of the skin, usually on the forearm.
You could go to your health care provider and request a complete blood panel done as well as a TB test.