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Recurring typhoid fever. What is the reason for having weak skeletal system?

hi .... i,m regular patient of typhoid ,this typhoid disease effect me every year . inspite of regular exercise and working hard at gym i.m not growing any mass on my body .in a ceck it showed that my skeleton system was weak it was (-1).wat do u thing is the cause for weak skeleton system ,please suggest a long term cure for typhoid.
Asked On : Fri, 18 May 2012
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From your description it appears to be a relapsing form of typhoid which is associated with a carrier state.Was your each episode of infection confirmed by lab reports. If yes then you need to undergo bile and stool culture.If bile culture is positive then cholecystectomy is the solution. If negative then vaccination is the answer.Modification of your food habits is pivitol. Eat only home cooked food and drink clean and potable water. If all is negative and well then you need to strenghten your local Gut immunity by ingesting glutamine sachets usually one per week.
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