The Heat Fluctuates In A 1-year-old Child.?
At night, I want it. My son is 1 year old, it’s been 3 days not cold yet. During the afternoon I bought sanmol medicine, when it was late before I didn’t drink it, it took a while to get down. Well when I was sleeping, it was late in the morning / hot body again. Usually I drink sanmol 1 / 2X more cold. How long does it take? He also coughs a cold. Are there any dangers? 😭
Good afternoon, thank you for asking at HealthReplies.com. We understand your concern. The immune system of a baby, obviously can not be equated with the immune system of children, especially adults. The baby's immune system is still weak because of its suboptimal development, and does not yet 'recognize' bacteria and viruses to fight. So in fact, it's natural for a baby to have a fever in response to the body's infection. But it will make your child's body better equipped to deal with similar infections in the future. In fact, not a few adults are immune to disease, it is because when he was a child he was often exposed to the disease.
As for your observation that your child is not recovering as easily as usual, this can happen due to various factors. Among them are the viruses and bacteria that infect them differently from those so far, stronger for example. Another possibility could be because your child's immune system is weaker than usual, for example due to cold, or because of breathing in pollution, malnutrition, lack of fluids and so forth.
This condition is not necessarily dangerous, even if it has lasted more than 3x24 hours, requires more attention. This condition could indicate that for this infection, your child's immune system needs medication. For this reason, our advice to you is to take your child to a general practitioner or pediatrician for further history exploration, because information is needed such as how the fever patterns are, are there accompanying symptoms such as vomiting, diarrhea, red spots, weakness, and pale, what is the status immunizations, what are the child's current physical and clinical appearance, and what are the results of supporting examinations such as routine blood tests. From there it will be a new picture of the tendency of your child's illness and its best treatment.
In the meantime, your steps to provide a fever-lowering medication are appropriate. This can be supported again by compressing it with warm compresses, and provide them with nutrient-rich foods. Keep away from sick people, and from cigarette smoke and pollution. Apart from heat-lowering drugs, do not give any medicine, especially antibiotics, unless it is indeed a doctor's recommendation which is concluded from a solid examination. So, hopefully answering your question.