Fever In Children Accompanied By Cough, Runny Nose, Inflammation, Nausea, Vomiting And Continued Diaere?
Hello, I want to ask if the child has been naughty for a week + inflammation never heals even though he has already been treated twice, and arrived “I have had 3 days of high fever, nausea, vomiting + reddened eyes, and from this morning he continued to diarrhea why?
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There are complaints of fever, cough, runny nose about one week and now accompanied by vomiting, diarrhea and red eyes, this condition may be triggered by strep throat and indigestion or diarrhea. In children, endurance is usually easy to lose, when suffering from pain, can also be accompanied by other diseases that accompany. So that initial care since a child is very important, especially related to fluid and nutritional intake during illness to help the recovery period. If during child illness, which can be accompanied by decreased appetite, if food intake gets risky food, such as consuming instant food, buying food that is less clean, then during early illness will be able to further grow or even be accompanied by other comorbidities that aggravate complaints initially, one of them digestive disorders. By larena, pay attention to the type of food consumed during a sick child to avoid other comorbidities that aggravate his complaints.
While the red eye that is felt, is likely to be triggered by complaints of coughs and colds that have not yet improved despite double screening. This red eye often accompanies complaints of colds or coughing in children, this is due to a small blockage of the channel between the eye and nose, so that when a child has a cold or cough, this channel becomes inflamed and eventually triggers complaints of red eye.
Besides all of that, some of the conditions below can also cause complaints that are almost the same, such as:
1. Viral infection
3. Food or drug allergies
4. Digestive infections
Because a child's condition needs to be dealt with and restored immediately, because your child has been sick for a long time, you should consult your doctor who treats him or go directly to your child's doctor. At this time, in addition to a physical examination, it may also be necessary to have a supporting examination, such as a blood test. This investigation is expected to help find out the main cause of complaints experienced by your child. The results of the inspection will be a reference for care and handling. And if vomiting complaints are at risk of causing dehydration in children, the doctor can also consider hospitalization due to the length of illness that your child is experiencing and complaints of vomiting that he still feels. Therefore, for a definite diagnosis or cause of all these complaints, you should wait for the results of your pediatrician's examination.
For now, you can work on a few things, such as:
1. Maintain the fluid needs of children, one of them with water and ORS
2. Avoid food that is bought outside, self-cooking for your child's recovery will be safer and better. Breaking down foods that are delicate or easily digested will help reduce complaints of vomiting
3. Avoid spicy foods, instant foods, snacks or cakes, and avoid foods bought outside the home
4. As soon as possible visit your pediatrician
Thus the info we can convey.