What can I do for high fever, runny nose, asthma and coughing?

See your doctor! It sounds like you need to see your doctor. High fever is reason enough, but if you're having asthma symptoms that aren't improving, you need to be seen. I hope you feel better soon.
See your doctor. Get your symptoms under control! you may need prescription medications.

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My five year old has been with high fever of up to 104. Shesuffers from asthma and gets seizures from high fever. She also has a runny nose, is coughing and is vomitingnon-stop. What should I do?

Treat fever now. Treat high fever in children with febrile seizures aggressively. Use Ibuprofen & Acetaminophen & tepid baths. Acetaminophen suppositories are useful if your child is vomiting. Fever is usually due to viral illnesses but the higher the temperature (& 104f is high) the greater the likelihood of a bacterial infection or serious illness. This one sounds like pneumonia. Get immediate md or er help now. Read more...
Emergency. Wow, that sounds like a situation requiring immediate medical attention. If it were my child, i would be leaving to go immediately to the closest emergency department. I am worried about your child. Read more...
G0 to ER now. This is a medical emergency and your daughter should see a doctor immediately. Read more...

My 8 month old has had a fever a cough and runny nose, what is considerd a a high fever? What can I do to relieve her of the symtoms?

Over 102.5. Young children tend to get higher fevers than older children or adults with viral and bacterial infections. Even a fever over that level is not cause for panic as the fever is just a sign that the body is fighting an infection. The more important thing is to eliminate more serious causes of the fever. Examination can help determine if any intervention is needed or if the child can be watched. Read more...
>104. Most people would consider a temp of >104 high fever. If there is no breathing issue, Ibuprofen or tylenol (acetaminophen) would help reduce the fever. Something with honey may calm the cough. The runny nose will have to wait. If the fever gets really high, see the pediatrician. Read more...

My 2.8 yr old - runny nose for 2 weeks-now cough-- high fever --104 rectal-- sound like strep? Ear tubes in about a month ago--ate fine yesterday play

Fever & cough. your child is already sick for 2 weeks, now fever is up to 104, with cough, time for a trip his pediatrician, or ER. good luck. Read more...
Needs exam of chest+. Runny nose and congestion for 2 weeks THEN followed by high fever is a good story for a lung infection. There are other causes of fever which should be evaluated as well. Recommend you see a physician in-person today for evaluation! Read more...

My 5 yo dtr is experiencing a runny nose and cough. This is reoccurant just about every month for at least two times a month. The duration iis about a week and a half. At times their is a fever. Should I check her for allergies or asthma? What could

Sick Child. You could be on the right track... Ask your pediatrician to refer you to an ENT physician. Read more...
Yes. Uncontrolled asthma and allergies predispose to recurrent upper respiratory infections, and vice versa, plus the symptoms may be very similar. Sometimes, this can be solved with just avoidance of triggers - exposure to something at home or school. Immune deficiency, of which there are many different kinds, is another possibility. Read more...

My 3 yr old have high fever, runny nose, vomiting, small rash on trunk, and is irritable. Sister have fever but no vomiting. Wht is this? Wht to do

Sounds like viral. Although, it does sound like a viral infection, 3 days of fever is the most concerning factor. Vomiting in the 3 year old is not good either as it may cause dehydration along with fever. I'd take him to the nearest er for a check up. Read more...
Agree. It is the time of year that many viruses are circulating. Nothing replaces a face to face visit to assess what is going on. Whenever there is a rash involved, it is best to be seen as rashes cannot be adequately diagnosed without being seen. Read more...