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Low Grade Fever For 3 Days
How long should I wait to take 2 yo to dr with low grade fever:cough? Mild cold for few days first then low grade fever x 3 days. No trouble breathing
It depends: Your child should see a doctor if he has a fever over 101 for more than a couple of days, or if he is acting particularly sick, even when the fever is down. If you are worried, if your child is acting quite different than usual, it's better to get him checked by the doctor. If you get the fever down and your child is playful, eats or drinks, you may worry less. ...Read more
7 year old woke up w/ sore throat and vomited once. Now running low grade fever (99.5). Strep neg. How long should I expect low grade fever to last?
Viral fevers: Fevers due to viral infections typically last 3-5 days, but can occur for 7-10 (less common). The trend of the fever is more important than the duration of fever in many cases. For instance, illnesses that start with high fevers which decrease with time are less concerning than those that start low but increase in degree over the course of days. ...Read more
(low lymph, high neuts - a few months), low grade fever, chills, fatigue, low abdominal pain, low back pain---all of this for 6-8 weeks at least, thx?
Can be serous : I'm affraid you must see a doctor asap. These symptoms are typical for certain cancers or ongoing infection. ...Read more
Complete hysterectomy (minus ovaries) 5 days ago. Started running a a low grade fever of 100 unless I'm taking tylonol all day for 3 days. Concerned?
My 8 mth old (7 months corrected age) low grade fever 38.2-5 c for 3 days. Cold related. Tempra (acetaminophen) helps. She is fussy and lethargic. Doctor time?
My father 77, low grade fever for 3 months, eosinophils 15%, initially had cough. Hb down from 12 to 9 in last six months, CT scan normal, any clue?
7 yr old child with cough and high grade fever. Took co amoxiclav for 10 days . Esr 37, tlc 8800, cxr normal. Cough not settling. Temp of 99f?
Wheezing?: Is he wheezing? Try xoponex mdi ( available by prescription only). May be you are dealing with scute bronchitis ( instead of infection)! sed rate just indicates 'inflammation' anywhere in body ( may be chest? ). And TLC not impressive. I think--- it's viral infection leading to acute bronchitis. See your pediatrician. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Yes, both are high,: but nonspecific. The WBC count should be below 10K and the platelets are usually lower than 578K. There could be infection or another inflammatory process going on. Without knowing the child or the clinical picture (signs and symptoms), it is hard to comment further. Please contact the child's doctor or consult one of us on Prime. ...Read more
Sick with vague symptoms (especially gastro) and low grade fever for 8-9 months. WBC 14; 4.2 lymphocytes; 8.2 neutrophils.19cm liver; high CRP/ALT.
2.5 yr old -fever from 100-104 for 6 days. High fever for 3 days/no other symptoms.Fever lowered for 1 day now back to 103.5-chest xray and CBC clear?
Check other infectns: 6 days of high fever is worrisome and a thorough investigation is warranted. Many possible explanations are likely, ranging from, most commonly, infectious causes (urinary tract?, kawasaki?, etc) to inflamatory, autoimmune or other even more rare and infrecuent causes that your doctor should be able to determine. ...Read more
Have tested positive for mycoplasma for 4 consecutive weeks; after 3 DIFFERENT rounds of antibiotics (dyoxicycline, dbl dose z-pack, and 14 days of levequin)
I'm still running low grade fevers almost daily, severe fatigue, terrible headaches. ?
Not mycoplasma: Genital infections, right? Most genital mycoplasmas cause no disease. For example, M. hominis and Ureaplasma are normal in the genital tract and rarely cause symptoms. M. genitalim can be more serious, but doesn't cause fever, fatigue, headache, etc. Probably no mycoplasma has anything to do with your symptoms, which is why the antibiotics haven't helped. Consider an infectious disease specialist. ...Read more
2 nd time this mo I have strap the 2 nd time fever chills aching more antibiotics 3 days 3 rosafiln shots CBC still high throat still sore.47 yo fe?
Follow up : Just make sure u follow up with doctor. It is normal for White Blood cells to go up with strep throat and to experience what you have written down. Overall if u do get a lot of upper respiratory infections then I suggest talking to u'r doctor about further testing like Immune Globulin testing, HIV/Hepatitis screening, nutritional testing, and anything else they may feel is appropriate. ...Read more
Fatigue, malaise, weight loss, low grade fever. ASO screen >400. On oral amoxicillin, 10 days. No better. What needs to be checked next? What tests?
Strep test: Did you have earlier ASO titer which then documented rise of ASO? If you truly had strep infection which was not sensitive to Amoxil (amoxicillin) there are plenty of others available. Your doc should speak to the ID maven at your local hospital and ask for advise on treatment in your particular zone. ...Read more
20 yr old male, low WBC 3.9, high monocytes 18, no flu symptoms, fatigue and night sweats, 102 fever, lost 3 pounds without diet in week
Still likely viral!: Infectious mono, cmv, and other viral illness could be present, other than the flu virus. The combination of low wbc, but with increased monocytes suggest a viral illness, not bacterial. However, other more serious issues, whether less likely, could cause your sx, including systemic lupus erythematosus and related problems. If no improvement occurs in the next few days, see your doctor. ...Read more
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