3:19pm, 4 Apr 2016
FootpadDrink plenty... you have time to get there
3:47pm, 4 Apr 2016
VelociraptorThey've said all that needs to be said
If you feel up to a walk or even a gentle jog, that's fine, but don't do anything long or hard that might distract your immune system from dealing with the kidney infection. And if you don't feel up to a walk or a gentle jog, don't force yourself. It's never worth making yourself train through an acute illness.
4:27pm, 4 Apr 2016
Red AntI shall take the for a decent walk. Thanks for all the advice
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