My Child Has A Fever Up And Down But My Throat Doesn’t Hurt
doc, how many days does my child want to go up and down, but his throat is not inflamed … sometimes the night is hot, his hands and feet are cold. there is a cough and cold too I have antibotics for cough and cold remedy for hot relievers. what illness is my daughter’s dock? Do I need a blood test because my neighbor has a DB?
Good evening, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. Before answering your question, we need to say that it is not permissible to use antibiotics without a doctor's prescription. Antibiotics, including hard drugs, have many side effects and when used unwise, can make bacteria actually resistant to these drugs. If in the end the bacteria in your child's body is immune, ordinary antibiotics may not work and your child's symptoms may become more severe and more difficult to cure.
So whatever the conditions, even if you see your child experiencing a pain similar to that he had experienced before and he was given antibitoik, still may not give antibiotics without a prescription and doctor's advice and supervision.
Back to your child's condition, which he experienced could mean several possibilities, ranging from DHF, influenza infections, acute respiratory infections, typhoid fever, allergies, and also other possibilities depending on the results of the examination. We suggest that if the condition has lasted more than 3 days, you should immediately take your child to a general practitioner or pediatrician to get further tests, such as a laboratory check for blood checks. But if this only lasts less than 3 days, a blood check is also likely to be normal results, so it has not been recommended.
Meanwhile, make sure your child does not leave the house, make sure the home environment is clean, maintain endurance by providing high nutritious foods such as vegetables and fruit, keep away from cigarette smoke, and if other fever, compress his forehead with a warm compress and bathe or bathe in water warm. So, hopefully answering your question.