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Bunion removal, bunionectomy, or correction of bunion deformity all refer to the same group of surgical procedures. Depending on how severe the deformity is a determination is made as to which procedure would work best. A bunion deformity is a deviation of the 1st metatarsal towards the opposite foot and of the great toe towards the outside of the foot. Correction can involve ...Read more
I had a bunionectomy and i've developed a fever. I want to know if I should call the doctor right away or not?
100.4F or 38C: Babies younger than 2 months manifest signs and symptoms of serious infections (sepsis) in a more subtle fashion than older children. It is important to take your young infant to the doctor if he or she is feeding poorly, is sleepier than usual (lethargic) has an unusual rash, or has an elevated temp – even if that is the only symptom. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Hot Stuff: A fever is a sign of infection whether viral or bacterial. If your child does not have any other symptoms (i.e. Nasal congestion, cough, vomiting, etc.), he most likely has a virus. If the fever does not resolve within a few days or other symptoms develop, you should have your baby evaluated by a doctor. Acetaminophen my be given for irritability but should be used judiciously. ...Read more
When less than 3 mos: It depends on the age of your child as well as other symptoms. For any baby under 3 months of age, a fever over 100.4 deg F taken rectally is considered a fever and an emergency. When your child is older than that, if they have any other concerning symptoms with the fever such as ear pain, deep cough, trouble breathing, lethargy, or the fever persists, you should call your doctor. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
My 3month old has had a low grade fever 100.4-100.9 for 2 weeks. Doctors say not to call unless it's 101 or higher should I be concerned?
TALK TO DOCTOR: Your 3months old baby having fever around 100.4 may be normal or due to mild viral infection .which may go away soon . You should be concerned if baby is having any of these symptoms like cough ,not feeding well ,diarrhea or vomiting and temperature is above 101,.Anyhow baby needs to be checked /examined again if he has any new signs of any disease/infection may need treatment ...Read more
Read advice first: Pediatricians always give an informatoin sheet when little ones get shots. Read that first. If that doesn't provide you with guidance,then yes, call the doctor. ...Read more
Probably: Remember, MMR can not be given until at least one year. If your infant develops a fever (over 101 degrees) after any vaccine, and you are concerned, contact your doctor for advice. For the MMR vaccine, some children will get a mild fever and/or rash, but generally not until 10 days after receiving the vaccine. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Had cortisone shot 3 days ago. Am running a fever with nausea and no appetite. Should i call the doctor?
May not be related: May not be related, but appropriate to have evaluation. ...Read more
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