Children Limp After High Fever?
selmt afternoon … i want to ask, then my ankle has a fever and the temperature is 38.8 cc, the mlm when the heat rises 38.9 cc the child is megigil gemtar. Tomorrow the pg is alhmdll, it has a temperature and 37.6ccalhmdll now until now, but now it’s still “little” … but now how come my child is weak and wants to sleep a little … I eat less and less activity. and tg lg play suddenly “screaming his stomach hurts while crying .. ?? thanks i wait for his jwban ..
Hello Ananda, Thank you for the question.
Have you checked your child's condition to the doctor? Further tests are needed by the doctor to ascertain the cause of your child's complaints. Without an examination by a doctor, it is not possible the cause of the complaint is known with certainty.
Fever is the body's response to fight infections that enter the body and this symptom can occur in anyone, both children and adults. These symptoms are usually accompanied by other symptoms such as cough, runny nose, sore throat, nausea, vomiting, stomach ache, headache, muscle / joint pain, diarrhea / constipation, skin rash, decreased appetite, weakness, dizziness, and others. Limp is another symptom that can occur in people with fever, especially if this condition also causes decreased appetite. The following are some of the causes of fever in children: flu, ear infections, dengue fever, typhus, gastroenteritis, pneumonia, measles, chicken pox, urinary tract infections, and others.
Please check your child's condition immediately to the doctor if this complaint has caused the child to become weak, inactive, or the consumption of food and drinks your child has greatly reduced. The doctor needs to inquire further about your child's complaints and examine your child. The doctor may also do further testing such as blood tests. After ascertaining the cause of this examination, the doctor will determine the next appropriate treatment.
Please also do the following suggestions:
monitor your child's body temperature regularly with a thermometer wear thin and loose clothing for your child try to keep your child's food and drink intakes do normal water compresses on the child's body to help lower body temperature do warm compresses on the stomach of a sick child give paracetamol if the child's body temperature rises Hopefully this information is useful.