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Fell from stairs, slapped body and face. X-ray normal, have abdominal pain. What diet has to be given?

my dad had fell down from stairs just now when he was at the work site just now , and he slapped , body-face and stick to the water . then was immediately sent to hospital . there is no bone dislocated or anything , the doctor gave him and x-trey check up and everything is alright . after he got home , he tell me that his abdominal is very painful when he started breathing . the doctor gave him this : PARACETAMOL 500MG TABLET ( 20 ) and CO-AMOXICLAV 625mg TABLET ( ) . i was hoping that as a son , i hope i can help him with his diet part , what food is recommended for him ? cooking are really easy to me too .THANKS !
Asked On : Sat, 8 Dec 2012
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YOU NEED TO IVE LIHT NON OILY NON SPICY AND NON REESY FOODS
AS THERE MAY BE MUSCLE TENSUION IN ABDOMINAL AREA
AND YOU NEED TO IVE ANTACIDS TO COUNTER ACID EFFECT OF MEDICINES YOU ARE IVIN AND HYPERACIDITY IS ONE OF CAUSE OF ABDOMINAL PAIN
YOU CAN ALSO APPLY MUSCLE RELEXTANT CREAM OVER THE ABDOMINAL AREA
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