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i'm suffering some kind of infection or even multiple infections and i don't know what it is or how to solve the problem. it's a recurring infection.

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Dr. Cynthia Guy
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RECURRING INFECTIONS: TO SOLVE THIS ISSUE YOU NEED TO BE SEEN, EVALUATED AND TREATED ACCORDINGLY.
Answered on Jan 5, 2019

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