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History of diverticulitis. Suggest diet?

Hi, I have had diverticulitis once before and was hospitalised for four days no great problem I was on a drip and antibiotics etc,this happened wee lovey twelve mths ago and nothing since, until now, I know the symptoms my question is , is there any thing I should do ,take etc, or just go and see a doctor, it's not as bad as last time so was wondering if there was a particular group of foods I can eat or liquids only ,
Asked On : Wed, 9 Oct 2013
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you may start with low fiber diet.many studies shown that eating fiber rich diet can help control the symptoms of diverticulitis..try 25 to 35 gm fiber containing diet /day..such as .whole grain pasta..cereals. bean ..banana. apple..drinking enough water and fluid help reduesed constipation...thank
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