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Child has fever for days. Gave flexon, azileb. Feels hurt while coughing. How to cure?

hello sir good evening,
my daughter is 2 yrs and 3 months of age. she have got fever for 10 days. i did consltant to a doctor in hospital. first she advised for flexon 7ml thrice a day but it didnot stopped fever and i again visited her and then she advised again flexon and azileb-100 5 ml per a day for five days...it is two days i gave azileb-100 to my daughter but no any improvement till now.
actually when she takes flexon she become fine for 6 hour and after that again she gets fever 100 degree f to 104 degree F..... please sir help what i do for my baby i m so hopeless....sometimes she put her palm to her right side cheek near the ear and feels hurt when she coughing and same activities.
Asked On : Thu, 4 Apr 2013
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THIS IS VERY COOMON IN CHILDREN YOU CAN TRET FEVER BY GIVING NTIBIOTICS AND ANTIPYRETICS BUT FREQUENTLY GIVING THESE CAN EFFECT IMMUNITY OF CHILD SO FIND OTHER ALTERNATIVE
CHILD NEEDS MOTHRS MILK FOR 2 YEARS AND NO MILK AFTER 2 YRS WHEN WE ADD MILK AND DIARY IN CHILD DIET MANY CHILDREN START WITH THESE SYMPTOMPS
SO IF YOU CAN WITHDRAW MILK AND DIARY COMPLETELY FROM DIET YOU WONT SEE ANY PROBLEM AHEAD
CAN ADD JUICES FRUITS VEGETABLES AND CEREALS IN DIET
TEMPORARY MANAGEMENT CAN BE DONE BY GIVIN MEDICINES YOU ALREADY KNOW
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