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Caloric Restriction And Long Life
Following surgery (should it be warranted). How long before you can go back to work without restrictions, what to do?
That depends: That depends on the surgery you are having and what your job is. The person who can answer this best is your own doctor. It is too broad a question to answer in this format. ...Read more
Could this surgery cause any restrictions in vigorous physical activities later. How long it will take to rectify it?
Impossible to tell: We have the example of hiv/aids where throwing a lot of money (and you are pledging even more by saying unlimited) at the problem achieved some remarkable results over the span of 20-30 years but is far from a cure. Science is not a linear process and it is impossible to predict if a breakthrough may be possible however i would venture to guess that improvements at a faster pace would certain. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Are there long term weight carrying restrictions once disks (l5-s1, 1l4-l5) are herniated even after pain goes away?
No once you have had: a resolution of all symptoms there are no particular restrictions other than those of common sense in terms of using proper body mechanics when lifting and carrying. Obviously, the amount of weight one can lift varies based on your own size and fitness. ...Read more
Up to doc: Pain free feel good cardiac rehab with good activity hate to have people on the road distracted? ...Read more
My doctor has had me on restriction from sex after cryosurgery for 4 weeks now went back for a follow and he gave me two more weeks.. Why so long?
Cryosurgery : Question should be directed to your surgeon. Possible explanations may include slow healing, redness or irritation in the area treated, etc. Best explanation would be supplied by the person who has examined you. ...Read more
Having knee scope surgery, how long before returning to work with no restrictions? I work 10 hour shifts, constant walking
When you can work fu: Knee scope surgery should allow you to return to work earlier than conventional operation. However hen you return to work you need to be able to perform all the regular duties. You cannot immediately return to work until healed. ...Read more
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