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This is regarding my dad. He is 57 years old. Before 5 months back my dad is suffering from cough problem so we consult with local doctor and we have done the x ray and found that there is some water (Pleural Fluid) in right lung. So then we consult with chest and respiratory specialist doctor further we done the more test for this (Pleural Fluid) like AFB Culture, Cytology,and also we have done CT scan for chest and Sputum test all are regarding pulmonary tb. But all the report are showing normal. Also 15 days back we have done the bronchoscopy also for that one report came normal and we are now waiting for next report which will come after one month. This is case history Right now my dad taking the following medicine since last 4 months:- R-Cin 600 Rifampicin Capsules Ecox-800 Ethambutol Tablets Solonex Isoniazid Tablets 300 mg PYRIDOXINE HYDROCHLORIDE Tablets (VITAMIN B6) my question is how much time it require to cure this disease? Because my dad is still suffering from cough problem.
Heart disease accounts for about one third of all adult deaths, but dietary changes would help prevent it.
- Eat more fiber
It can be found in whole grain cereals and breads, fresh fruit and vegetables, dried beans, peas, and lentils. Fiber reduces the amount of fat and cholesterol you absorb while digesting fatty foods.
- Eat less saturated fats.
Cut down on fatty foods, choosing lean meats and polyunsaturated vegetable oil such as olive oil. Eat more fish and poultry, and switch to skimmed milk and low-fat dairy products.
- Cut down on fats and sugar.
Avoid fats and highly refined sugary foods, such as ice cream, cookies, cakes, and many processed products.
- Keep your weight down.
Obesity is known to increase your risk of coronary heart disease.
- Eat only four eggs a week.
They are high in cholesterol.
- Reduce your salt intake.
It may raise your blood pressure, which in turn increases your risk of developing coronary heart disease.