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Toddler Lethargic No Fever
Probably not: It is quite likely that he/she has a viral illness. Keep him/her well hydrated and fed light foods. ...Read more
5 mo. Old has stuffy, runny nose, pheglm, cough and going hoarse. No fever, little cranky off and on, but still playful. Diagnosis/suggestions?
27 mo old, sudden fever 103.7 just wants to cuddle, Give ibuprofen? No vomiting or diarrhea. No rash, no red ears. Drank Powerade, no problem.
4yr old toddler fever, headache. No cough no mucus. After fever has calm down she plays and eats. Shes had fever on and off for 3 days?
Might need to see dr: Keep track of the time that she has had fever and how high would it reach. A constant fever for 3 days need to be checked to find the source of infection. If is on and off is more difficult to assess. You say is playful and that's very good sign. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Baby: If would hard to know if especially a very young baby. The best thing is to have the baby evaluated by your primary care provider to see what maybe wrong. Hope this helps. ...Read more
2year old vomited (not just reflux) 4 times today. No fever or other symptoms. Looks healthy. Wet diapers. But very lethargic, quiet, clingy. Virus?
Vomiting : Most of the time vomiting and or diarrhea are caused by viruses such as influenza type b. It usually lasts from one to two days to a week. If sufficient fluids can be kept down then the immune system will rid the body of the infection. If fluids are a problem or if the vomiting is persistent or yellow or night time only vomiting then it is time to see the doctor. Pain is also a concern. ...Read more
21 yo son has runny bloody stools, vomited (1 time) neon green liquid x1day, no fever, no lethargy. Any help is very appreciated. Thank you?
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: It is cold and flu season and odds are he has a stomach bug. He could also have eaten something that disagreed and is vomiting as a result of that. Fever may come in a few hours if it is viral. If he continues vomiting and cannot keep anything down- with or without fever, he needs to be seen, . ...Read more
Cough No Fever: Even without fever a dry cough that lasts more that a week should be evaluated. It could be due to post nasal drainage from a nasal allergy or narrowing of the breathing tubes similar to asthma. Toddlers are prone to to this problem with allergies or viral infections. See your pediatrician for evaluation. ...Read more
One year old daughter feels hot but no fever why? Her eyes are drowsy and she has little appetite.
Getting sick: Many children "feel"warm before they register a fever. Looking drowsy and loss of appetite can also indicate beginning of illness. Let her rest and drink plenty of fluids. We will see if she fights it off or goes on to develop other symptoms. She could also just be tired and hungry as well. ...Read more
Quick onset-severe body aches fever headache. No cough/sore thrt/congestion. Fever 101-102.5. Slight vomiting yest but no real stomach discomfort?
Get seen urgently: I recommend this child be seen urgently in a pediatric ER setting. I don't like the description of the mental status. Even if this were a low-grade viral infection of upper respiratory tract, ear, or G.I. the baby should still be irritable, cranky, and feeding. Pack an overnight bag and get to the ER would be my recommendation. ...Read more
What illness has the following symptoms: diarrhea, headache, occasional sneezing and/or coughing unwell, yet no fever and no vomiting or nausea?
Viral illness: It sounds typically viral. Treat symptomatically and it will pass. See a doctor if symptoms persist. ...Read more
See a doctor!: There are many different potential causes of this. No one here can possibly answer your question with the limited information you provide but we can all agree that you should take your baby to a doctor as soon as possible. No matter how much info you give, it is extremely difficult to diagnose a rash without a doctor seeing it, preferably in person. ...Read more
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