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Exercise and diet to be followed after gall bladder surgery?

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Posted on Wed, 9 Jan 2013 in Diet Plans
Question: Hi
I had a gall bladder surgery last Monday(17th Dec)
Pre surgery I lost about 9 kg in the past 3 months
Now after surgery what type of exercise can i do and diet can i follow to ensure I heal as well as i donot put on weight
This is imp for me as my wedding is on 18th XXXXXXX
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Answered by Dr. G.Srinivasan 14 minutes later
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Welcome to XXXXXXX
Diet - Healthy of course. Low fat/ less oil foods. Plenty of Fresh fruits and vegetables. Vitamin B-complex and C supplementation is a must.
Exercise - Regular walk, breathing exercises are advisable.
DO NOT lift heavy weights for six moths if it is a open surgery. If it is lap, then 3 months is ok.
You may carry on with regular day to day activities.
Hope this helps. Kindly write back for doubts if any,
Regards
DR GS
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