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15 year old suffering from dry cough, high temperature. X-ray showing cavitary inhomogenous opacity lesion in mid zones. On pyridoxine

My daughter is 15 years old and 48 kg. She is suffering from dry cough for 3week and evening rise temp for 2days. CxR shows coarse nodular, cavitary and inhomogenous opacity lesion in both upper and mid zones. Sputum is done for AFB which show 1+. C/S neg. Blood ADA is 135. Fungus is neg. She was under ATT forcox with pyridoxine 10mg OD. last 10days. Now she developed fever 103. How to treat this fever?
Asked On : Fri, 18 May 2012
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Thanks for writing to health care magic.

This fever could be because of the primary problem your child is having or because of a some other etiology.

If the fever persists we should investigate her further depending on the examination findings.

Are there any other associated complaints now?
Does she have any new complaints like rapid breathing or burning urination or increased frequency of urination or sore throat etc?

Please reply in detail so that we can help you better.
Take care.
Answered: Fri, 22 Mar 2013
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