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Baby having fever. Found measles kind of rashes. Given crocin and mefanorm suspension. What can be done?

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My kid is of 9 months old. He was having fever so i was giving crocin drop but after 4 hrs again fever was coming. I gave him crocin for 2 days, 3rd day i went to another pediatrician who recommended mefanorm suspension. I gave him 2 doses of the same. The next day i found some measles kind of rashes on his body bt i am not clear that is measles or any reaction.Can you please tell me what can be that?(i have done MP test which is -ve) Also he is not liking to eat anything after fever. Suggest me.
Asked On : Tue, 2 Apr 2013
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Hi Dear,
your child is down with some kind of viral fever. usually these rashes disappear in day or two. take care of fever.If cough or fever do not respond go for some basic investigations.
Hope your question is answered.
Answered: Sun, 2 Jun 2013
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