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Child have high fever and diarrhea. Strep throat and fle tests done. What to do for this problem?

My 6 year old daughter has had a high fever (between 102-104) for the past 4 days. She has not eaten hardly anything this entire time, although she has kept liquids down and eaten many popsicles. We've made 2 visits to the Pediatrician, who has tested for strep throat and flu, which were both negative. They also did a CBC which revealed her white blood cell count was 8,000. The only other symptom she has had during this time has been a sore throat. However, tonight she had diarrhea that came out black. She does complain of her stomach hurting quite a bit, but has not had any vomiting. She has laid in her bed and slept off and on since Saturday, when we got home from a trip to the beach. She is normally a very energetic, healthy little girl. Her fever was 103.9 when we got to the pediatrician on Tuesday. Tylenol and Motrin only bring it down to 101. It has now been 4 full days with a fever over 101. Add in the black stools and it really concerns me.
Asked On : Sun, 7 Apr 2013
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Hi
thanks for your query at HCM
put salinase nasal drops in nostrils
generally antibiotics are not recommended for loose motions
you should give him extra fluid and ORS ,
monitor his hydration status
if there is any blood or fever or child starts vomit every thing then immediately visit you doctor

change his diaper after every loose stool
how much urine he is passing



i will be available for your help
wishing you a speedy recovery
take care
regards
Answered: Tue, 28 May 2013
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