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Have an amoeba. Prescribed Flagyl Forte, Gabbryl. Diet to follow to avoid tiredness, nausea?

I have just been informed I have an amoeba..probably it was not treated sufficiently the first time I had it 5 mnths ago..I know what I should nt and should be doing as lived as an expat now 5yrs..but I have it now I start another course of the awful Flagyl Forte & Gabbryl. Please can you advise the best food to now eat over the next 2wks to keep me from feeling tired and nausea ...also foods best not to eat. Thank you
Asked On : Sat, 16 Mar 2013
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Welcome to HCM,
Now you complete the anti amoebic course.
Flagyl can cause stomach upset, feeling of nausea and metallic taste in mouth resulting loss of appetite. But complete the course to prevent recurrence.
Take light diet like curd, rice, buttermilk, lemon juice.
Avoid fried, chillies and junk food.
Avoid taking polluted water and food.
Keep your nails and hands clean and healthy.
Ok and bye.
Answered: Sat, 16 Mar 2013
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