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  • Answer: This depends on how severe your addiction to alcoholism is. But the safest would be 3 months.
  • Answer: There is no definitive answer for this.  Once someone is diagnosed with TB, they will be treated aggressively with antibiotics.  There will be tests run and they are considered infective until 3 clear tests come back.  However, once someone has had TB, or been exposed to it, it can wall itself off in cells within the body and stay dormant.
  • Answer: I experienced myocarditis in March 2013. It has been a harrowingtime for me. It hit out of the blue. I went to the Dr. and wasdiagnosed as having bronchial infection, given antibiotics and onthe way out of the office I collapsed and had two seizures. Took myfirst ever ambulance trip straight to ICU. I am still in heartfailure but am so thankful to be alive. Very important to not shrugoff sudden symptoms of intense fatigue. Get yourself to the Dr. Iwas misdiagnosed and had I went home with the antibiotics...noteffective on a viral infection...I would have died. I have no priorhistory of heart disease or any medical history for that matter.Age 48. I was so weakened from this it was hard to believe. Eachday is a challenge. I know worry about the possibility of scartissue forming. Scarred tissue will not expand and contract, so Iam not out of the woods yet.
  • Answer: In two to four months after euthryoid state is achieved, muscle weakness improves. But it may take up to a year for muscle bulk to return.
  • Answer: I am guessing it will take about 1-3 weeks to recover it deppending on size or form.
  • Answer: Really depends on the case of your concussion. Maybe a week, but you will not be able to do sport for another few. Really depends. Need more information to answer this question correctly. Is there a physical sign then it may be longer.
  • Answer: The amount of time that it takes your lungs to recover from smokingwill depend on the extent of the damage. This might take a coupleof months for the lungs to clear and heal completely.
  • Answer: as long as it takes to recover from your mom
  • Answer: Patients may need four to six weeks of recovery following a standard myomectomy before they can return to normal activities.
  • Answer: ANSWER:Once you smoke one time, you will never recover from smoking.this answer is ridiculous see below and for more info go tohttp://whyquit.com/whyquit/A_Benefits_Time_Table.html.....
    • 20 minutes
    Your blood pressure, pulse rate, and the temperature of your hands and feet will all return to normal.
    • 8 hours
    Remaining nicotine in your bloodstream will have fallen to 6.25% of normal peak daily levels, a 93.25% reduction.
    • 12 hours
    Your blood oxygen level will have increased to normal and carbon monoxide levels will have dropped to normal.
    • 24 hours
    Anxieties peak and within two weeks should return to near pre-cessation levels.
    • 48 hours
    Damaged nerve endings have started to regrow and your sense of smell and taste are beginning to return to normal. Cessation anger and irritability peaks.
    • 72 hours
    Your entire body will test 100% nicotine-free and over 90% of all nicotine metabolites (the chemicals it breaks down into) will now have passed from your body via your urine. Symptoms of chemical withdrawal have peaked in intensity, including restlessness. The number of cue induced crave episodes will peak for the "average" ex-user. Lung bronchial tubes leading to air sacs (alveoli) are beginning to relax in recovering smokers. Breathing is becoming easier and the lungs functional abilities are starting to increase
  • Answer: For me, it took about 1 or 2 months
  • Answer: you might not recover, depending on why you have the bursitis to begin with, and seeing as the shoulder is such a mobile over used joint, your probably going to keep irritating it and have continued inflammation
  • Answer: Women who have had laparoscopic or hysteroscopic myomectomies, however, can leave the hospital the day after surgery and usually recovery completely within two to three days to one to three weeks.

How long does it take to recover from acute hepatitis b?

  • It depends on your immune system. A very strong immune system can get rid of it within 6 months. If not, it could proceed to chronic hepatitis B. (Disclaimer; not intended to treat or diagnose, not an MD).

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