How To Deal With Fever Accompanied By Recurrent Seizures, Vomiting Of Blood And Nosebleeds?
Hello my sister, if the body is hot just a little definitely stip / convulsions and the spasm is not once but repeated 1-7 times, my sister also just vomited blood and her nose came out of my blood and my parents’ parents since the first demambs have been a doctor and given the drug Paracetamol and antibiotics and there are additional tablets and powder drugs, then to the doctor again given Rosidin, emoroxol and trisela but it has not healed for 4 days now my sister still has a fever how do I cure it
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Basically, febrile seizures will only occur in children between the ages of 6 months to 5 years. If your sister is currently 6 years old and still has frequent seizures during a fever, these seizures cannot be categorized as fever febrile anymore. Seizures can be caused by various other causes, for example:
infection of the brain or the lining of the brain
severe infections that cause disruption of blood flow to the brain (septic shock)
bleeding in the brain
presence of malformations or anatomical disorders of blood vessels in the brain
injury to the brain
the use of certain drugs
idiopathic or unknown cause
Basically if after 3 days your sister's fever has not improved, you should advise your parents to bring your sister back to see a doctor. If indeed the general practitioner cannot find the cause of the fever, your younger sibling should be referred to a pediatrician for further evaluation (including an evaluation to find the cause of the seizure). If during a fever your sister continues to experience seizures and seizures that she experienced long enough, repeated up to several times in 24 hours, then your sister should be taken to the hospital.
At this time there isn't much to do but give medicines from doctors to relieve his fever. You can also help compress your sister with cool compresses (not with cold water or alcohol) or bathe your sister by soaking a part of her body in warm water, and soaking her upper body with a bath sponge. Be sure to only wear thin clothes for your sister and wear thin blankets only. Don't wear clothes that are too thick and layered.
You can try reading the following article to find out how to first handle seizures in children
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