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What Is High Fever For Breastfeeding Mom
My mom is 57 yrs old. She has fever for 4 days but not high fever but her ESR is 105 mm/hr...What could be the reason?
ESR: There are only greater than 100 documented causes for an ESR >100. This test is a very non-specific test for inflammation. Your mom should be seen by her doctor and provide a detailed history and undergo an exam and lengthy discussion with her physician and then convey that to you. Hope she is better soon. ...Read more
Breastfeeding is providing nutrition to an infant using breat milk either directly by infant latching and sucking on the nipple or by feeding via bottle with expressed breast milk (when baby has difficulty suckling). Breast milk is the best milk for any baby but ...Read more
What will happen after taking becelac..?? My mom is feeling headaches and back pain is this is due toto this medicine?? And she is in high fever.!
Becelac is not the: cause of your mother's symptoms. It is a probiotic with vitamins recommended to help prevent antibiotic associated diarrhea among other benign uses. Your mother's symptoms require immediate medical attention to rule out or treat if present more serious infection. High fever, head and back pain can be from flu or similar viral illnesses but also can be associated with serious bacterial illnessThe niacin in Becelac forte can cause flushing but not high fever ...Read more
My mom recently put on catopril 100mg.Since she started taking shes had migraines, nausea, high fever(101-104)body aches, joint pain, high blood sugar(400-438), n BP is 148/92. Is this med causing all these symptoms?
Side effects of med?: Your mom's symptoms of fever and high sugar are are not normally associated with Captopril use. She should call her physician(p) to get her diabetes under control, be examined and discuss the rest of her symptoms with her p. Due to her high glucose, have her do it as soon as possible. Good luck. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Toddler at birthday party today coughed on my 2 month old. Thought it was just his asthma but his mom says he now has a fever of 100.8.I'm breastfeeding but terrified that my baby will get sick. What can I do? What if she gets sick?
See your doctor!: Fever can signify many different illnesses and usually indicates infection and or inflammation. Figuring out what is wrong requires a complete review of other symptoms (cough, sore throat, viral infection. See your primary care physician diarrhea, burning with urination, rashes, etc.) a physical exam and often blood work and testing! high fevers often but not always suggest a viral infection.. ...Read more
No: This is the high end of normal. Normal temperatures run from 97 to 99.5 with 98.6 as the middle of the curve. For a 3 month old, the temp that is statistically significant is 102.2 or higher alone. If any breathing problems or signs of dehydration or inconsolability or lethargy, these are more important and get seen asap. ...Read more
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