My 5 yearold daughter has a high fever of 102-104, cough, soar throat, vomiting, conjestion.

Youngster colds. Are really hard to evaluate and if conservative care at home (taking things to manage her fever, fluids to prevent dehydration, etc) are not working, you must go to the er to be treated. Very high temperatures can cause seizures and even injury so if you have a local doctor, ask him/her for what parameters you need to be on the look out for.
Pediatrician. Call office! they will know what is "going around!" and be able to guide you. Had flu shot? Control fever with tylenol, (acetaminophen) cool compresses, bath etc until you get guidance.

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My 5 yearold daughter has a fever of 102-104, vomiting, congestion, soar throat what does she have?

Go to urgent care. She probably has an infection of some type, but the list of possibilities is broad. Please take the child to urgent care today. Good luck. Read more...
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Flu. It sounds like influenza. Ask him to visit his family doctor and get checked to make sure that it is not strept. Throat. He should be ok in one week to 10 days. But medical exam is important if he is not improving rapidly from here on. Read more...

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