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Can I manage my secondary bacterial infections on a daily basis?

A secondary bacterial infection can have a significant impact on your life, depending on what kind of infection it is. It is important to follow doctors' advice regarding treatment such as medication. Bed rest, probiotics, and plenty of fluids may also help relieve some of the symptoms that come with a bacterial infection. It is important that you take it easy while you are ill and stay in your home as much as possible in order to prevent passing the infection to others. Keeping tabs on your diet and resting as much has possible will keep your immune system working at peak levels.

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