Thank you for your query on Healthcare Magic.
I went through the symptoms of your child.
With the above complaints the episode of fever
are short lived and they are associated with tingling
or pain of hands on a few occasions whenever there is a high grade fever.
This is not suggestive of any specific diagnosis, but it may be the child way of expression of the discomfort that was present in hands at that times.
But as you told, on two occasions when she developed allergic reaction
,it is a common thing in children to describe the itching sensation as hurting or tingling due to their immature perception of the sensation or inability to know the type of sensation.
Any how nothing to worry as the child has been examined and investigated reasonably to rule out any underlying problem.
But still I advise you to be in follow up with your doctor to document her symptoms and some times regular follow up will lead to detect any underlying problem.
Hope I have answered your query.