Eye Pain Then Fever, Cough, Cold And Chest Pain In Children?
At first, my child got an eye ache, then a fever, then a dry cough and flu, now my child has chest pain. if the chest is touched my child is crying. why y
Thank you for the question.
Eye pain, fever, cough, runny nose, and chest discomfort can be many possible triggers, for example:
Eye problems, such as conjunctivitis, contact dermatitis, uveitis, keratitis Respiratory problems, such as rhinitis, pharyngitis, bronchitis, pneumonia, asthma Other organ system problems, such as gastritis, immune disorders, malingering, drug effects, etc. If the fever is feverish appear only 1-3 days, if there is no severe eye pain, visual disturbances, spasms, vomiting, or other more severe complaints, we suggest, treat your child's condition independently by:
Give the child paracetamol medicine Keep him away from cold, oily and artificial sweet foods and drinks Compress warm chest feels uncomfortable Let the child get plenty of rest Don't let the child do activities outside the home (unless urgent) Cold compresses eyes of children experiencing complaints Improve children's personal hygiene and the surrounding environment Considering that COVID-19 is currently outbreaking, as long as your child's complaints improve with the steps above, an examination with a doctor can actually be postponed to minimize the risk of your child contracting the disease.
But on the contrary, you can check your child to the doctor or pediatrician if the complaint does not improve with the above efforts.
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