B Cepcia is pretty much bred like Psuedomonas and pretty much all bugs I think. It's warm moist environments that posethe biggest risk. The worst place for this is jacuzzies and steam rooms I believe. They also say against dry air saunas, but I find they really move stuff off your lungs. The trouble is, if there are other people in there with you, then it's the water vapours from there sweat rising into the air which then creates an infection risk. Same goes for aromatherapy rooms.
I got told at my clinic that a normal swimming pool poses little risk, but I still wouldn't like to risk it myself.
Swimming is brilliant excercise and does take less strain on your joints than going on cardio machines and the like.
It's obviously just weighing up the pro's and con's to swimming. I believe it's a lot to do with the filteration system of the pool. I could never go in any ofthe pools near me, as the water is constanstly being circulated round without being filtered. Perhaps ask your team what there thoughts on the matter are?
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