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Had operation fibroid uterus. Taking cef3, and Fluclox. Having bleeding. Food plan?

My mother got an operation fibroid uterus on last 22 April. We are from Bangladesh, She was taking cap. cef3 300mg , and cap. fluclox 500mg .... now my question is what does she can take as food??? what does she can eat when she is hungry ? Do i know what her food plan is to be ? She said its still bleeding when she go to toilet ....
Asked On : Thu, 2 May 2013
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As your mother has got fibroid operation. she is on treatment.
I will advise that she should take light and Liquid diet , frequently
bleeding after toilet can not be explained without exaamination,
you also didnt mention that your mother has gone hysterectomy or partial operatial
so i will advise you to consult a gynaecologist or surgeon to ruleout the cause of bleeding
take care
Answered: Thu, 2 May 2013
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