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sir, i m suffering polio in myleg and my left

sir, i m suffering polio in myleg and my left hand . myparents told me that wheni m 2year old mu left body suffering frm polio. now my left leg totly demage and i fill weaknes in body. sir i m 33years old. can i marry a normal girl? sir what is the future my married life? sir fell weaknes in my hole body and i fell tired allways.
Wed, 4 Jul 2012
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Hi,

Thanks for your queries. Yes, you can marry a normal lady. Polio is a viral infection and will not affect your normal life now.

Regarding feeling of weakness, it is advised that you consult your doctor for finding a cause for it. If the muscles of your affected limbs are wasted then you need to be on an extensive physiotherapy programme to give them some strenght. The treating doctor along with a team of orthopaedic surgeon and physiotherapist are the best persons to guide you after assessing.

With best wishes.
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sir, i m suffering polio in myleg and my left

Hi, Thanks for your queries. Yes, you can marry a normal lady. Polio is a viral infection and will not affect your normal life now. Regarding feeling of weakness, it is advised that you consult your doctor for finding a cause for it. If the muscles of your affected limbs are wasted then you need to be on an extensive physiotherapy programme to give them some strenght. The treating doctor along with a team of orthopaedic surgeon and physiotherapist are the best persons to guide you after assessing. With best wishes.