The Cause Of Fever Is Accompanied By Coughing, Runny Nose And Breathing Sounds In Children Aged 3 Years?
Symptoms of what illness my child initially had a fever, runny nose, cough, breath sounds. Difficult to eat and drink
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I have to confirm beforehand if fever is the main symptom? If so, fever complaints can occur due to various causes. Complaints of fever are also usually followed by various other complaints such as shortness of breath, runny nose, cough, nausea, vomiting, headaches, muscle and joint pain, lack of appetite, etc.
Some causes of fever include:
Bacterial infections such as tuberculosis, pneumonia, typhoid fever Viral infections, such as influenza, dengue fever, COVID-19 Parasitic infections, such as intestinal worms, malaria, giardiasis Anemia Dehydration Allergy Dehydration Heat Exposure Malignancy Autoimmune diseases To distinguish them, certainly a gradual and thorough examination starts from medical interviews, physical examination and growth and development in children, as well as supporting examinations needed such as blood tests, sputum examination, chest X-ray examination, and others.
Related to your question about breathing sound accompanied by coughing, if the intended breath sound is wheezing or wheezing, the child may have asthma, but it should also be further examined to determine the diagnosis. For this reason it is advisable to consult with a pediatrician so that the child can carry out a complete examination, so that the exact cause is known and the treatment can be more precise.
For the time being you can do it
Nutritious and balanced diet Sufficient fluid needs Make sure the child has enough rest Teach children to exercise regularly Avoid children from exposure to cigarettes Avoid children from things that trigger breath sounds So, hopefully this is useful.