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Posted by: ?? | 2004/01/12

Can I gym?

Conrad, I've moved to a new house recently and have been have problems with ticks.

I received a couple of tick bites and now have an allergic reaction which causes red, itchy bumps on my body. Do you think I can still go to the gym. My pharmacist is concerned about my heart.

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Hmmm...better follow your doctor's advice I would say. You do not know what damage you may do to your heart under your condition that you are in now and I think it is better to be on the conservative side so I would say that the doctor's advice is really good advice.

Just have your house fumigated to remove the tick problem in the future.

Keep well and in touch,

Conrad Booysen-Biokineticist

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Posted by: brozz | 2004/01/13

If your pharmacist is worried about your heart i would strongly suggest that you see your gp before you embark on any sort of exercise programme. It may turn out to be nothing but rather safe than sorry.

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