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How long can children with viral myositis exercise

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The child had a viral cold on October 27. After a high fever, his legs were sore. He went to the hospital to check for viral myositis. On the same day, creatine kinase 1855 (normal 0-164), creatine kinase isoenzyme 48.1 (normal < 25) and ECG were normal. Three days later, on October 30, the child's leg was no longer painful. It was tested again. The results showed that creatine kinase 576 (normal 0-164) and creatine kinase isoenzyme 34.9 (normal < 25). At the same time, the doctor said that it is not necessary to do the test all the time, because it will take about a month for the indicators to fully recover. The first emergency doctor and the second physician said they could not exercise until the indicators were fully met. At the same time, let's go to the myopathy clinic of neurology to ask again. The doctor of the myopathy clinic said that after 3 days, the leg doesn't hurt, that is, it's OK, and you can exercise normally. It will take about 2-3 months for the indicators to fully recover. It is recommended to return to the hospital in 2-3 months. My question now is whether children can normally participate in school sports (running, swimming, rope skipping, etc.)? If not, do you have to wait until the indicators are completely normal?

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