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What is the ideal weight for a polio patient?

Q: I am a 35 years old man suffering from polio. I am 155 cm tall and my weight is 65 kg. I am physically handicapped but can walk without any support. What should be my ideal weight?

A:Keep your weight under 55kg. An increase in weight can cause early muscle fatigue and loss of strength in the affected group of muscles at a later age. Seek help from a dietician for diet chart and do weight training regularly to strengthen your muscles.

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