Cough Colds And Fever In 7 Month Babies?
Slmt mlm. I pny baby aged 7 months 12hr. To the right temperature, I was 37.5c. What drug is suitable for reducing my ankle fever? d’resep naprex drops, cefila u0026amp; sirplus. Today Friday (8th June) all of the obt is already consumed by my baby in accordance with the drinking order but naive u0026amp; the fever hasn’t come yet.
Good evening, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. Previously we need to say that the body temperature between 36.5-37.5 degrees Celsius is actually a normal body temperature, and can not be said to be hot or fever. But apart from that, if you really feel your child has a fever, with your child's age, the symptoms are actually not too specific, so there are many conditions that can be a cause of complaints experienced by your child. Among others are:
Acute respiratory infections
Influenza virus infection
Urinary tract infection
And many other possibilities. As for your decision to have your child examined, this is appropriate. But if the complaint is still persistent, the next most appropriate action is to check it again to the doctor. If you have previously gone to a GP, this time go to your pediatrician, and if you have previously gone to a pediatrician, then return to the same pediatrician to evaluate and control your symptoms. Because not all diseases can be diagnosed and treated at the first meeting. So when doctors find patients do not improve with the treatment given, surely he will do a more in-depth examination.
This ongoing examination is important because the handling of diseases in the medical world does not only look at the symptoms, for example, fever, given a cold medicine, cough, given cough medicine, and so on. It must also be seen what might be the main cause. If the fever is caused by bacteria, in addition to fever medication, antibiotics must also be given. If a cold points toward an allergy, then besides being given a cold cough medicine, the trigger should be avoided as well, and so on. Therefore, you should continue to go back to the doctor to make sure your child always gets treatment from an expert. If you then feel uncomfortable with the doctor for example because you do not feel you get the explanation you want, you have the right to seek a second opinion with another pediatrician.
Meanwhile, what you can do in dealing with a fevered child is to compress his forehead with a warm compress, meet his fluid and nutritional needs, and keep him away from sick people and cigarette smoke. So, hopefully answering your question.