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Dietary precautions post surgical removal of gall bladder - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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User :   hi
User :   impression : post cholecystectomy petient
User :   pancrease appears to be floating in the fluid
User :   pancreatic margin are irregular
User :   a pseudopancreatic cyst seen as discribeed
User :   r u thee
User :   r u there
Doctor :   hi
Doctor :   i am here
User :   look my ultra sound report above
Doctor :   sorry for the inconvenience
Doctor :   please proceed
User :   post cholecystectomy petient
User :   pancrease appears to be floating in the fluid
User :   pancreatic margin are irregular
Doctor :   ok
User :   a pseudopancreatic cyst seen as discribeed
Doctor :   ok
Doctor :   do yu have any symptoms
Doctor :   like stomach ache
Doctor :   pricking sensation in the stomach
User :   last month they did galblader surgry
User :   its my current report
User :   after a month
Doctor :   ok
Doctor :   do yu have any symptoms
like stomach ache
User :   ache ?
Doctor :   pain in the stomach
Doctor :   or vomiting sensation
User :   some times where they did surgry
User :   but very little
Doctor :   ok
User :   yesterday night i feeling vomit
Doctor :   ok
Doctor :   any loose stools
User :   yes
Doctor :   swelling in the abdomen
Doctor :   ok
Doctor :   how many times did yu pass the stools
User :   from somedays i am not feeling batter regarding stool and gas
User :   two time
User :   and after that not feel batter
Doctor :   ok
Doctor :   did u have blood in the stools
User :   no
Doctor :   or any white color mucus
Doctor :   wat food did yu have yesterday nite
User :   roti and curry
Doctor :   ok
Doctor :   did yu have any out side foods
Doctor :   or old foods
User :   yes
User :   sometimes
Doctor :   ok
Doctor :   do yu take more oily and spicy foods
User :   yes
Doctor :   ok
Doctor :   did yu take any medications for loose stools
User :   i am taking enzar fort , and oskar dsr
Doctor :   ok
User :   two times in a day
Doctor :   do yu have more non veg foods
User :   no
User :   i not take non veg
Doctor :   ok
Doctor :   i will give yu medical tips
Doctor :   reduce the spicy and ooly foods
User :   ok
User :   and
Doctor :   old foods
User :   ok
Doctor :   take Tab. SPOROLAC 2 times a day after food
Doctor :   for 3 days
User :   ok
User :   post cholecystectomy petient
what is this
Doctor :   regarding the ultrasound report
Doctor :   not to worry on much
User :   but what kind of this post cholecystectomy petient
Doctor :   post cholecystectomy
Doctor :   means after gall bladder removal status
User :   whats all is happning
Doctor :   when did yu remove your gall bladder
Doctor :   means surgery
User :   what
Doctor :   yu never had surgery ??
User :   i had last month
User :   gb gurgry
Doctor :   means
User :   means everything ok ? and its happen by food
User :   oily food
Doctor :   yes
Doctor :   you are right
Doctor :   oily and spicy foods can lead to loose stools
User :   and
Doctor :   reduce butter
User :   ok
Doctor :   cheese, panner
Doctor :   and thick milk and curd
Doctor :   fatty foods and junk foods needs to be reduced
Doctor :   take foods rich in proteins and vitamins
User :   for how many month
Doctor :   atleast for 3-4 months
Doctor :   diet rich in vitamins
User :   ok thx sir , have a nice day good bye
Doctor :   green leafy vegetables
Doctor :   please fill the feed back form
User :   i fill it
User :   i m in hurry
User :   talk to u soon
Doctor :   ok
Doctor :   take care bye for now
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