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Abdominal pain, weight gain. Blood report shows salmonella virus. Taken Azithromycin, Cefixime. Diet recommendations?

for three weeks i was there on medicines Azithromycin and cefixime as salmonella virus was found in my bloood report..... now my dr said that i can eat whatever i want but still m facing some problem i have became fatty after typhoid also am facing abdominal pain tell me what to do can i eat whatever i want or will i have to take the boiled food still.....
Asked On : Thu, 25 Apr 2013
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Salmonellosis is most often a foodborne illness acquired through eating raw eggs, unpasteurized dairy products, and undercooked poultry

The most effective approach is prevention through proper food handling and diligent PERSONAL HYGIENE. Thorough cooking kills Salmonella. FOOD SAFETY procedures include

Washing the hands with soap and warm water before and after handling food
thoroughly rinsing fresh fruits and vegetables in running water before eating or preparing them for meals
Using separate food preparation surfaces, such as cutting boards, and utensils for poultry and meats
Thoroughly cooking eggs, poultry, and other animal-based foods.

There is no fear to eat any food stuff but Take boiled food still.

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Dr.J.Kingson John David
Answered: Thu, 25 Apr 2013
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