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My son is 13 month old.He suffers from viral fever after every 40 days period with fever 102°to 103°f and recovers within 7days. Is it normal ?

My son is 13 month old.He suffers from viral fever after every 40 days period with fever 102°to 103°f and recovers within 7days. Is it normal ?

Depends probably yes: This age child, if in day care, will experience a high frequency of viral infections. This is to be expected. If the child is thriving and gaining weight, there is probably no worry. Again this is extremely common in this age group. Please check with your pediatrician. ...Read more

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Jaundice (Definition)

Jaundice is the accumulation in the body of bilirubin. Normally it is excreted by the liver, via the bile. For a lot of different reasons, sometimes the bilirubin can accumulate. The most common reasons are a problem with the liver or the bile duct. This can make the skin and/or the whites of the eyes turn yellow. If this occurs, see your ...Read more


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How long does a fever normally last ?

How long does a fever normally last ?

Depends on cause: Fever is a symptom of many pathologic processes. The lenght of febrile episode is determined by the underlying cause. If a fever has lasted more than a couple of days, see your doctor. ...Read more

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How long do jaundice symptoms generally last with hep b?

How long do jaundice symptoms generally last with hep b?

Variable: The length of jaundice in hepatitis B cases varies from case to case. Cases can be mild or severe and the degree of liver inflammation determines the severity and length of jaundice from days to weeks. Staining of the skin from jaundice can last longer than the actual liver inflammation. ...Read more

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Can meningitis cause any long term immune issues? Recovered, but 3 months later still long bouts of fatigue/aches. Follow up labs have been normal

Can meningitis cause any long term immune issues? Recovered, but 3 months later still long bouts of fatigue/aches. Follow up labs have been normal

Sounds pretty normal: This doesn't sound like you have any "immune issues". It is very common for people to feel wiped out, fatigued, and so on for a few months after any severe illness. Discuss with your doctor, but these feelings probably will gradually clear up. Good luck! ...Read more

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How long does implantation bleeding last and symptoms associated with it?

How long does implantation bleeding last and symptoms associated with it?

Variable: Most women so not experience implantation bleeding. When it happens, it can be highly variable. ...Read more

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How long does vomiting last after stomach flu for 2 year old only does it at night?

How long does vomiting last after stomach flu for 2 year old only does it at night?

1-2 weeks: With a stomach flu or gastroenteritis, the nervous impulses to the gut can be mixed up. Flow though the tract can be irregular causing cramping and sometimes delayed emptying of the stomach. Night-only vomiting is usually related to poor flow and overfilling of the stomach. This limited vomiting does not usually lead to dehydration. Call dr if the vomiting worsens, is pine green or worsens. ...Read more

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How long do body aches associated with flu last even after fever goes away?

How long do body aches associated with flu last even after fever goes away?

A few days: Myalgias may take as long as a few days to resolve depending on the strain of influenza and your immune response. Drink fluids, keep moving and get enough sleep. ...Read more

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13 month old has had a low grade fever of 100.4-100.9 for the past 3 days. How long does a fever typically last and when should I take her to the doctors? She has no other symptoms except diarrhea one time.

13 month old has had a low grade fever of 100.4-100.9 for the past 3 days. How long does a fever typically last and when should I take her to the doctors? She has no other symptoms except diarrhea one time.

Depends: The fever often depends on the type of germ involved & where it is located.Many infant illnesses are viral & fever will last several days before recovery. As long as baby is taking in enough fluids to wet every 6hrs or better, is playful for much of the day & has no specific symptoms you can let it run its course. If baby can't seem to be playful at all, looks sickly or otherwise spooks you go in. ...Read more

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With mastitis, how long does a fever last when prescribed flucloxacillin ?

With mastitis, how long does a fever last when prescribed flucloxacillin ?

Should get better in: 2-3 days after starting antibiotic. If it persists after that, please call your doctor. ...Read more

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How long does decreased appetite associated with teething last?

How long does decreased appetite associated with teething last?

Individualized: Teething symptoms will be different for every child. Decreased appetite can be associated with teething and only your child will no how long this will last. Provide loving support, teething rings, the correct dose of tylenol (acetaminophen) for severe pain and plenty of fluids until your child completes teething. Remember, teething is a natural life process... Your child will get through it just as you did. ...Read more

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How long does swollen ankles associated with preeclampsia last?

How long does swollen ankles associated with preeclampsia last?

Until you deliver: The high blood pressure associated with preeclampsia will cause the swelling in the feet and ankles that will usually go away sometime after the baby is born, not before. Congrats on your upcoming birth and hang in there. ...Read more

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How long does it take for chronic subderal hematomo to show up? How rare in young adults are they? Had mild concussion 1 month and 8 days ago no ct

How long does it take for chronic subderal hematomo to show up? How rare in young adults are they? Had mild concussion 1 month and 8 days ago no ct

Varies: The term chronic when used with subdural hematoma just refers to the time period it has been present. Subdural hematoma formation usually occurs following an injury, although they can occur with other causes such as the use of blood thinners for example. A neurologist or neurosurgeon are the specialists that typically treat them. Don't hesitate to be seen and thoroughly evaluated. ...Read more

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How long does malaise associated with mastitis last?

How long does malaise associated with mastitis last?

Resolve w/ treatment: Malaise with a breast abscess is not a common symptom. This usually means a more serious infection that may be beyond the breast. Treatment for a breast abscess include drainage/aspiration and antibiotics. I highly recommend you contact your doctor for a complete evaluation. ...Read more

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My son was only treated with antibiotics for scarlet fever 8 days after having symptoms. Will he develop long term complications due to the delay in?

My son was only treated with antibiotics for scarlet fever  8 days  after having symptoms. Will he develop long term complications due to the delay in?

Depends: The kidney related issues (nephrotoxic strains) seem to come on sooner than the other, but treatment within 10 days of first fever will usually stop the progression to rheumatic fever/heart disease. ...Read more

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How long does it take for chronic subderal hematomo to show up? How rare in young adults are they? Had mild concussion 1 month and 16 days ago no ct

How long does it take for chronic subderal hematomo to show up? How rare in young adults are they? Had mild concussion 1 month and 16 days ago no ct

Comments: Whole range of subdural presentations, but typically begin at time of head injury. Very rare that mild concussion is also associated with subdural bleeding. Unless you have increasing headaches, nausea and vomiting, dizziness, blurred or double vision, or unilateral weakness, no reason to worry. The absolute vast majority of closed head injuries have no critical sequelae. ...Read more

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How long does swollen ankles associated with hellp last?

How long does swollen ankles associated with hellp last?

Depends on patient: Swelling in the legs or lower extremity associated with hellp syndrome (preeclampsia, toxemia, high blood pressure of pregnancy) resolves after delivery. How fast depends on the person. For some it is in the first 24-48 hours. For others it may last as long as 6 weeks. ...Read more

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How long does vomiting associated with volvulus last?

How long does vomiting associated with volvulus last?

Till end of volvulus: Once the volvulus is resolved or corrected it may take 24 hours for normal gut function to resume. If surgery is required to correct the volvulus then it can be 2-3 days. ...Read more

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How should I deal with EBV and chronic fever after 4.5 months?

How should I deal with EBV and chronic fever after 4.5 months?

Really EBV?: Initial ebv infection should not give one fever for this long. Are we sure that the antibodies show primary ebv? ...Read more

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How long does vomiting associated with intussusception last?

How long does vomiting associated with intussusception last?

12 - 24 hours: After the intussusception is reduced it should resolve very quickly. If symptoms remain present medications to prevent nausea can ber used. If surgery is required it may take 2-3 days before normal bowel function resumes. ...Read more

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How long do jaundice symptoms generally last with hep b?

Variable: The length of jaundice in hepatitis B cases varies from case to case. Cases can be mild or severe and the degree of liver inflammation determines the severity and length of jaundice from days to weeks. Staining of the skin from jaundice can last longer than the actual liver inflammation. ...Read more

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How long does cystic fibrosis jaundice in newborn lasts?

How long does cystic fibrosis jaundice in newborn lasts?

CF: If your child as been diagnosed with CF please find a skilled health care practitionner to help you manage all the issues surrounding cf. ...Read more

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Hepatitis induced jaundice how long does it last ?

Hepatitis induced jaundice how long does it last ?

It depends: It depends on the type of hepatitis and the severity of the liver involvement. ...Read more

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How long will jaundice due to cholelithiasis last after cholecystectomy?

How long will jaundice due to cholelithiasis last after cholecystectomy?

For some times: Raised bilirubin causes jaundice, or yellow pigment on sclera ( eye) both due to obstruction of ducts as in stones or due to liver diseases. After removal obstruction eye remained stained for a while due to tissue stain , by Albumin bound delta bilirubin . Since Albumin has half life of 20 days , so it takes time to clear jaundice completely even though blood levels are normal. ...Read more

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How long does jaundice usually last?

How long does jaundice usually last?

A week to a few mos: Essentially focusing on new born jaundice- it lasts from 1 to 2 weeks in formula fed babies. It peaks at 3 to 4 days in a term baby. In breast babies mild indirect jaundice can persist for a few months, without any harm. I recommend checking a total and direct bilirubin when jaundice persists beyond 2 weeks of age. Very high jaundice is linked to brain damage. Discuss with a physician, to be sure. ...Read more

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Liver 16.5 how long to come to 10.5 had jaundice recently bilru 2.8 now all lft lipid normal please advice.Age 63.Used to be a drinker also.

Liver 16.5 how long to come to 10.5 had jaundice recently bilru 2.8 now all lft lipid normal please advice.Age 63.Used to be a drinker also.

Ask your doc: I am not sure how long it takes to get your liver to become 10.5 from 16. The thing is you are jaundice. You should see your primary and may also need liver or GI specialist based on your diagnosis. You can have cirrhosis later on due to your hx of alcohol use. ...Read more

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N ER last night for jaundice! liver came back perfectly normal. No elevations but total bilirubin-4.5. Found out gallbladder is only functioning 15%?

N ER last night for jaundice! liver came back perfectly normal. No elevations but total bilirubin-4.5. Found out gallbladder is only functioning 15%?

Need more info: There are lots of things that can produce bili 4.5. Need to know if this was direct or indirect and the other results of studies. I suspect you had a ct. I wonder if the gb issue is peripheral. ...Read more

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Is 13cm long for 7 month old baby liver is very big? Did my baby have liver problems? He looks like normal baby, no jaundice , stool is normal .

Is 13cm long for 7 month old baby liver is very big? Did my baby have liver problems? He looks like normal baby, no jaundice , stool is normal .

13 cm is not Normal.: Normal size liver for his age would be about half that large. It sounds like your baby is being evaluated, and i recommend that you continue to work with your doctor to find a cause, as there could be many causes from infection, metabolic storage disease, tumor, parasites, nutritional. ...Read more

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How long will jaundice last after a stent has been inserted to clear a bile duct in the gallbladder?

How long will jaundice last after a stent has been inserted to clear a bile duct in the gallbladder?

Usually 2-3 days: It can take several days for the jaundice to clear after the obstruction is opened by the stent. ...Read more

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My 1-year-old daughter has had 2-3 whitish/gray stools in the last 2-3 days. No jaundice, eating normally, normal energy, no apparent distress. ER?

My 1-year-old daughter has had 2-3 whitish/gray stools in the last 2-3 days. No jaundice, eating normally, normal energy, no apparent distress. ER?

Stool color : Stool color can mean a lot if it is persistent. Stool color changes are most often due to diet changes or eating "other" stuff. If your daughter is otherwise healthy I believe you can wait this one out. If you have suspicion of ingesting something inappropriate then the ER. If she has a liver infection as you seem to be thinking the stool will stay pale for longer. ...Read more

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How long does breast milk jaundice last in newborn babies, my baby is 1 month old she is active feeds well but still have yellowish face?

How long does breast milk jaundice last in newborn babies,  my baby is 1 month old she is active feeds well but still have yellowish face?

Awhile: Breast milk jaundice which begins days after the infant is born can last 3 - 12 weeks. Continue to follow up with your doctor. ...Read more

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End stage liver failure, jaundice, low blood pressure, weak an dizzy. How long could i last like this? Bp has been low for two weeks 74/43

End stage liver failure, jaundice, low blood pressure, weak an dizzy. How long could i last like this? Bp has been low for two weeks 74/43

See a hepatologist: Given your history of hepatitis b and c, your liver failure is likely end-stage, meaning that it is not likely you will recover normal liver function. You should see a hepatologist, who is a liver doctor, to see whether any treatment can be given, or whether you are a candidate for a liver transplant. Low blood pressure can exist for several reasons, including infection, kidney or heart causes. ...Read more

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Is jaundice normal after 24hr of giving birth?

Is jaundice normal after 24hr of giving birth?

Who has it?: For you, have your obstetrician evaluate your bilirubin levels, and other blood tests to identify what type of jaundice it is. If you are asking about the baby an indirect or needle/lancet injection enablesblood check. ...Read more

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How long does it take jaundice to clear in a newborn?

How long does it take jaundice to clear in a newborn?

Jaundice newborn: Fullterm babys generally clear bilirubin or jaundice within the 1st week. Preterm infants may take up to 10-14 days. Some breastfed babies will continue to have some jaundice during the time they are breastfed. This is not dangerous. The type of bilirubin may help to sort out the cause. Mostly it is physiological and a normal process. All the best. Followup with your MD if prolonged. ...Read more

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Is it normal for a baby to have jaundice after 24hr of giving birth?

Is it normal for a baby to have jaundice after 24hr of giving birth?

Yes: Babies disposal system was handled by you through the placenta up until the cord was cut. At that point all the mundane issues of metabolism shift to baby. They are transitioning to air-breather blood cells from in the womb cells which requires work that transiently makes them jaundiced. It gradually gets batter as baby catches up with the work.Your doc will know if it is too much. ...Read more

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Please tell me how long it takes for to cure jaundice in newborn baby?

Please tell me how long it takes for to cure jaundice in newborn baby?

Neonatal Jaundice: Up to 60-65% newborns get mild jaundice, called 'physiological jaundice"; starts on day-3, resolves by 7-10 days, as long as the baby is feeding & pooping well. Many other causes- e.g. Poor feeding, blood group incompetibilities, perinatal infections, hepatitis etc. Breast milk jaundice: after 2nd week bc of a hormone in mother milk. Treatment: stop breastfeeding for 24-48 hours & restart. ...Read more

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My son has every sign and symptom of a liver problem but the jaundice is very hard to notice. Is that normal?

My son has every sign and symptom of a liver problem but the jaundice is very hard to notice. Is that normal?

?Gilbert Syndrome?: It is possible that he has the common hereditary cause of increased bilirubin, gilbert's syndrome, and is found in up to 5% of the population. The build-up of bilirubin can cause mild jaundice, but usually nothing else. Usually the liver can breakdown bilirubin quickly and u pee it out, but in this case it can't do it fast, thus a build up. But the level is usually harmless. Consult doc. Good luck. ...Read more

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Jaundice (Definition)

Jaundice is the accumulation in the body of bilirubin. Normally it is excreted by the liver, via the bile. For a lot of different reasons, sometimes the bilirubin can accumulate. The most common reasons are a problem with the liver or the bile duct. This can make the skin and/or the whites of the eyes turn yellow. If this occurs, see your ...Read more


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Yellow Skin (Definition)

Jaundice = yellowing of skin & eyes due ...Read more