|rpr (1:1) reactive / tpha: non-reactive
Sep 26, 2009
my medical laboratory result shows:
rpr (1:1) reactive / tpha: non-reactive
I consulted a specialist about this matter and the doctor said there's nothing to worry about this. It means I don't have any diseases to cure and this thing could happen to evryone even if you don't have any problems at all. see, it's so remarkable knowing the fact that I observe a strictly celibate lifestyle that I was non-reactive last feb of 2009 and now i'm reactive aug of same year.I just want to ask, is there any steps, diet,vitamins etc. that I should take to maintain a non-reactive state? i badly need answers as I need this for employment overseas. thanks doc and more power.
| Response from Dr. Holodniy
I agree with your doctor.
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