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Hi, Doctor asked me to drink plenty of fluids. How much should i drink daily? Can i drink 3 litres of water? Thanks in advance
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4-5 litres
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Yes you can drink 3 to 4 litres of water,drink throughout the day and not to drink at once and leave for next 3 hours, divide your portion and drink. Hydration is based on where and what you are working.Hydrate yourself accordingly.
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Yes 3 to 4 litres
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10% of your Body weight.
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Yes you should drink minimum of 4 litres per day
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Yes 3-4 lit
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10 glasses min
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