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Medicine for psoriasis and typhoid - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 21-Feb-2012
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User :   my husband suffering from psoriasis. will this transfer to our child, if I produce a child?
Doctor :   It is mot contageous
Doctor :   But there is a cvomponen to of hereditary
Doctor :   There is a possibility that ur children can have the problem
User :   these days my brother suffering from typhoid, and he likes to drink soup with corn flour. corn flour is good food for typhoid
User :   will our child suffer from their birthday.
Doctor :   Does he has diarrhoea
Doctor :   Make sure you rae washing hands
Doctor :   Make sure the water is not contimaoinated
Doctor :   Typhiod is transmiited bt drinking contaminated water
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