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Had DaVinci partial hysterectomy. Having pain, diarrhoea. Have to travel shortly. Suggestions?

I had a DaVinci partial hysterctomy on Monday 2/4/13, had a fever of 101.4 in the hospital that night, but they sent me home on tuesday anyway... Have had alot of pain since. On thursday I started with diarhhea and have had it since. I cannot eat a thing without it going right through me. I am supposed to leave for vacation in 2 days, which the doctor told me before my surgery that I would be fine after 9 days to get on the plane, but Im not feeling like I can do it.. Any suggestions?? I am 47 years old, weigh 157lbs, and am 5 ft 4 inches...
Asked On : Thu, 14 Feb 2013
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I have gone through your query and understood your concerns. In my opinion the treatment you need right now will be symptomatic and you can take cap.racedrotil for this to control diarrhea take plenty of water and also take electral powder. Make yourself hydrated. For pain you can take tramadol. As the drugs I have mentioned are prescription drugs you need to consult your doctor for this. Thank you.
Answered: Thu, 24 Oct 2013
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