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Is Ice Cream Still A Good Thing To Eat After Tonsillectomy
Yes: It cools the throat and reduces the pain specially when you are eating. ...Read more
I'm getting my tonsillectomy done on may 1st I'm so scared for the anesthesia and pain. What can I do? Also ice cream is out of the pic I'm allergic to milk
Anesthesia for: Tonsillectomy is very straightforward. Have any questions for your anesthesiologist written down and ask them during your preop evaluation. If necessary, ask your ENT for a preop anxiolytic. Have a pain control strategy in place, with meds available, before you go to sleep. That will help you manage the pain lastly, if ice cream won't work, try sorbets or cold drinks. Good luck. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
Sure: Go ahead and enjoy an ice cream. ...Read more
It depends. . .: It depends on what you mean by "little bit" and what type of diet you are trying to follow. If just cutting calories then certainly counting the calories of the ice cream you eat should be taken into consideration of your total daily allotment. If on a low glycemic index or low carb diet, even a little bit can throw you off due to the sugars. ...Read more
I exercise 3-4 times a week year around. I'm in good physical health. I eat healthy most of the time. What is moderation for ice cream & cookies 4 me?
Trying to lose weight, but a terrible sweet tooth. Will I gain weight if I eat a little ice cream or candy a day, but stay under 2000 calories&eat good 2?
Should be OK but...: 2000 calories should prevent gaining weight but you need to be below 2000 to lose- see http://tinyurl. Com/zwe9hgp If you eat sweets it's far better to do after a balanced meal instead of on an empty stomach. Avoid artificial sweeteners but consider stevia, xylitol, erythritol and other natural sweeteners, also use fruit to satisfy sweet tooth. See http://tinyurl. Com/hlcchth for more on weight loss. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
What are good foods to eat after having a wisdom tooth extraction so particles won't get in the socket? Besides yogurt, ice cream, soup mashed potatos
Depends: Depends on how much you eat. Look at the label for suggestions and then adjust the dose to fit you. Trial and error. ...Read more
Ice cream is fine: What interferes with fixed orthodontic treatment (braces) is hard, sticky foods, attempts to bite into some hard frozen ice treats would also be included in this list. Ice cream, however, is not normally served in such a state, and is therefore normally not included in a list of prohibited foods on orthodontic food lists. ...Read more
Avoid greasy/fatty: I would take a break on the greasy/fatty foods for a few days while you are suffering from gastritis. Stay well hydrated and eat smaller meals more often throughout the day. Warm vegetable soup and other easier to digest foods tend to be better tolerated. Feel better. ...Read more
Yes: No issue.Get a more detailed answer ›
I am 28 year old mAle. I eat fairly healthy every day. Is it okay to have ice cream every so often? Or should I stay away from that much sugar?
Ice cream: If you are eating fairly healthy ice cream as an occasional treat is ok. ...Read more
Talk to surgeon: This really should be discussed with your surgeon rather than looking for answers here. This is not an appropriate way to get the necessary information. Call your surgeon. ...Read more
Soft foods: Easier to handle while recovering from tonsil surgery. Yes, ice should feel good on the throat. ...Read more
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