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TB Treatment and exercise
Hi, I was diagnosed with lymph node TB last month. I've been symptom free for the last 20 days and have been taking my medication regularly. Is it advisable to start exercising now? I want to start with lifting light weights and then gradually move to heavy lifting
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U can proceed to exercise no objection ,eat protein rich diet until you finish tb treatment.
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You can do Exercises, as it is Lymphnode Tb..Take protien diet,and well boiled milk.
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Yes you can start exercises
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Yes you can gradually start exercising if your asymptomatic
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Hi. I understand your concern. Yes you can
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Yes u can start exercise There is contraindication for exercise
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