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Is doing yoga helpful for reducing weight ?

hi sir,i am 30 y.female.i am suffering from bone tb from 3 months.i am very taking i do yoga .i incresed my weight 67 to 71.mentally i give the suggestions i am lalitha 30y female.i am suffering from bone (hip) tb from 3 months.iam taking medicine.but i am very dipressed.mentally upseted.i am working in a company.i increased my weight 67 to 71 with in 3 months.i think for bed rest.i want to reduce my i do give suggestions for me.
Asked On : Wed, 30 Mar 2011
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Hi lalitha;
welcome to HealthcareMagic
TB of any part produces weakness & loss of weight is a sign of TB .Since you have bone TB & are taking medicine please remember you will gain weight you had lost due to illness this is a sign of improvement in your disease condition.Please continue medicines as advised &don't get upset .It takes time but TB is curable.
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