Children Aged 21 Months Have Seizures When Their Fever And Leukocytes Increase?
I have a child aged 21 months, if it’s hot, it must be spasms and the leokoside is going up, how do I deal with it and what foods can reduce leokosides, thank you
Good afternoon, thank you for asking at HealthReplies.com. Leukocytes are another name for white blood cells, a component of blood that is in our body, and also a form of the immune system.
Because its function is as an immune system, these leukocytes will react to various changes in the body, such as if someone is infected with fungus, bacteria, viruses, experiencing allergies, stress, fatigue, having cancer, and various other conditions, can affect the levels of leukocytes, either it is increasing or decreasing from normal levels.
So regarding your question, leukocytes here are not what causes your child to have a fever or seizure, leukocytes are just an indicator that appears with a fever or seizure. Just like a creaking and heavy door when opened or closed, the squeak is only a sign that the hinges are lacking oil, not the squeaking noise that causes the door to be heavy or vice versa. When associated with leukocytes, leukocytes here are only a sign that something has happened to your child, but this sign is not specific, and something that could be a bacterial, viral, fungal or other infections.
Therefore, what needs to be addressed is the heat or fever, and how to prevent your child from fever again. To find out the cause of fever in children, you can ask the pediatrician who handles it. Your doctor may suspect that your child may have a fever because he has just been immunized, or because he has contracted another family member, or has been exposed to cigarette smoke and pollution, or it could be because his hygiene is poorly maintained. From this information, you can find out what you should pay attention to and do it going forward. If you manage to take care of your child's health, the leukocyte level will definitely improve by itself.
As additional information, there is nothing we can do to avoid seizures. All we can do is to anticipate seizures, which is by keeping our children from fever by giving immunizations, meeting nutritional needs and fluids and kept away from sick people. If in the end you still have a fever, you should keep your thermometer ready at home, and if it is above 39 degrees Celsius, prepare to take your child to the nearest hospital emergency room because seizures can occur at any time. During a seizure, don't put anything in his mouth, and don't worry, loosen his clothes and immediately take him to the hospital emergency room. So, hopefully answering your question.