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Fever. Pescribed Meftal, Brexime. Found small dots on tongue. Again fever Prescribed IBUPOL. Allergy to medicines? Suggest

My child is 6 yrs 10months old. 10 days back she got fever and the doctor has pescribed Meftal 250mg and Brexime 100mg for 5 days. She had small type dotted on her tongue after drinking the prescribed medicines.He has taken the test for malaria and nothing was found. when we enquired the doctor , he said it is due to infection and not due to allegric of Meftal 250mg. After 2 days of recovery again fever got started and now he has prescribed, IBUPOL 60 ml. The fever is getting reduced when the medicine was taken and again increases after 7hrs. Pls suggest ,what we need to do? Does the syntoms in the tongue shows due to allegric of the Meftal medicine?
Asked On : Sun, 21 Apr 2013
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WHEN A DRUG CAUSE ALLERGY IT TAKES THREE WK TO SUBSIDE THE LESION
SO GIVE PLENTY O FLUIDS TO FLUSH OUT THE EFFECT OF MEDICINE MEFTAL
AND IF BRUFEN SUITS THEN GIVE THAT IN CASE OF FEVER
YOU CAN GIVE ANTI ALLERGIC TAB ALLERGRA 30 MG BD FOR 2-3 WK DEPENDING ON THE TIME WHEN THE EFFECT IS FLUSHED OUT
AND CAN APPLY LOCAL AAPLICATION OF ANTIALLERGIC MOUTH PAINT SO THAT IT SUBSIES EARLY
Answered: Fri, 26 Apr 2013
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