"Try this to help with head pain:
Shashank asan - sit on a chair- breathe in and raise both hands up, hold 3 seconds, breathe out and take head and hands down towards the floor, hold for 5 seconds. Repeat 5 times.
Anulom vilom pranayam ..."
I undergone treatment for PTB june 2016 to december 2016, I haven't had any xray then, because I got pregnant August 2016 while taking my medecines, I gave birth May 21,2017 and always attacked by my ashtma, and now I went to my doctor and gave me co amoxiclav 625mg and salbutamol+guaefenesin tablet started taking October 18,2017, and had my xray ang got my result just yesterday, and result is upper right lobe infiltrates, ptb considered. what does it means ? Just a quick note to say hi!
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