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I want to know the procedure of taking akt4 ?

hi,i want to know the procedure of taking akt4 and i have tb in uterus and is tv is a transferable disease should i stop having sex with my tb occurs because of abortion or what are the chances of getting pregnent after treatment of tb or after how many days i can try to concieve after tb age is 22 yrs and height is 5'3 dosage of akt 4
Asked On : Tue, 29 Mar 2011
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take the red cap/tab empty stomach .rest post breakfast.TB doesnt spread thru sexual contact .infact genitourinary tb is a result of blood dissemination from usually lungs .so get your chest x ray also done bcoz this is the way u may infect your husband thru breath.....if tb is not long enough to have caused irreversible damage u will certainly conceive..but do complete your minimum cours of six month ...and a rich protein diet...and one egg if possible.....&...its better u go on a sex holiday for 4 weeks ...give rest ..take good diet.
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