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Concussion Fever Children
My daughter is 2yrs old - symptoms are: runny nose, cough, fever 2 separate days (39.37), congestion, occasional vomiting w/excessive cough?
Diarrhea, sore throat, congestion, cough, high fever which is now a low grade fever with sweating, headache. Flu or upper respitory tract infection?
Fever as stress: Fever/illness/lack of sleep etc., all stress factors can set off a seizure in one prone to seizures. To call the adult event a "febrile seizure" is a misuse of a term limited by convention to a benign childhood condition. A more accepted term would be a seizure associated with fever and its long term prognosis would be much different.. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Day1 sore throat
D2 high fever, weak,
D3 diarrhea, cough,no fever, no voice, weak, pox like rash (7 tummy)
Day4 cough, sore throat, no voice rash
I was sick with flu A, fever of 102.3 , stuffy nose chills headache fatigue runny nose throat problems vomiting, now body temp 95.4 severe stomach?
All can be seen: With a bad case of influenza. It really comes down to are you able to keep up with oral intake, try to focus on low sugar electrolyte replete solutions like pedialyte or low calorie gatorade, but also how severe you pain is. If you are unable to keep hydrated and/or the pain is severe, go to the ER. You many need IV fluids and to be monitored for a very short period of time and/or pain meds. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Perhaps: Although there's no evidence that teething causes fever, fevers of less than 100 degrees have been reported. If upper teeth trying to erupt vagus nerve stimulation can result in runny nose. As to appetite, would you want to eat if your teeth were sore? Please see Pediatric Dental Specialist (1st Dental exam Age 1). See Pediatrician to check for cold/virus. You must see both. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
3-4 days. bad headache,low grade temp, back/neck ache, fatigue. no respiratory or GI
probs. flu vs meningitis?
Well i'm a toddler teacher, and my room has 3-4 children with yellowish/greenish noses.... ? No fevers contagious?
18mo is vomiting (5x last 1.5hr), no fever, no diarrhea, lethargic, leg shakes post episode(doesn't have cold chills) and appears confused. Hospital?
Absolutely: You should go the er asap.Get a more detailed answer ›
Viral Exanthum : The level of contagion drops significantly once a child has been fever free without medications for 24 hours. Viral rashes often take much longer to resolve but should not prohibit school or daycare attendance. An exception would be chickenpox, which should be considered contagious until all lesions are scanned and dry. ...Read more
1yr10months boy; high temperature, convulsions earlier in the day, ear infection, possibly tonsillitis 2. Mild flu; blocked nose, cough. Medication?
Febrile seizures: If he has an ear infection it is due to the mucus which has backed up from the nose. You can help the problem by using salt water nose drops, a vaporizer, and bulb syringe to such up the mucus. Antibiotics such as Amoxil for the ear infection itself. Tylenol (acetaminophen) or advil for fever control. Warm baths when you see the temp riding rapidly or over 102 to try and prevent future seizuring. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
A 2 years old boy has symptoms that include intussusepcion, haemolatic anaemia, ongoing fevers, lethargy, siezure, jaundice and vomiting. Doctors can'tdiagnose. Any ideas?
About body temperature (fever). Are adult fevers lower than children's fevers for the same illnesses?
Time for a visit: The symptoms could mean anything from a flu to a sinus infection to a pneumonia. A physical exam and tests, which may include x-rays, would be appropriate.Blind treatment without an evaluation would be inappropriate.An office visit within 24 hrs would be ok. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
M 4 yo son has fever, diarrhea, vomiting, congestion and cough. Hiked all day, 80 degrees out, worried about dehydration. Won't eat or drink much.
Dehydration: If not eating or especially drinking much and if has less urine than normal, he might become dehydrated and potentially need IV fluids. Keep in mind that fever can lead to dehydration as well. The hiking shouldn't lead to fever or any of the other symptoms, unless heat stroke which shouldn't happen in 80 degree weather. Sounds like an infection. ...Read more
Patient coughs, fever, malaise, chills. He's been desoriented, confused for several weeks. History of seizures and eyes reported. Cd4 count 50/mm3.?
14mnth old was diagnosed with a viral illness stomach flu a week ago.Now he is coughing, diarrhea, fever, runny/stuffy nose, sweats, less appetite.
See below: Probably has a upper respiratory cold too which stacked on top of the viral stomach illness. Since, i don't have enough info here, i recommend for you to use your instincts, if he looks very sick, see your doc. ...Read more
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