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Have brain fever and started frequent vomiting. What cure and precaution should be taken?

Hi, one of my friend is having a brain fever . The doctor says it happens but the main thing is that it didn t get down. It remains in the range of 102D Celsius to 104D Celsius. Yesterday the vomit counts were around 15 times. I am worried now. I want a expert help from your team. Will you please recommend something which is in favour of patient. Wat steps should i take now??? I cant admit her to the hospital as her Final exams are going on. Please help.
Asked On : Thu, 13 Dec 2012
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Hi Amit,

I am sorry but I do not agree with your thought of not hospitalizing your friend. In my opinion, he/she requires hospitalization and treated accordingly.

Brain fever needs effective intravenous antibiotics usually, to get cured. This cannot happen on OPD basis. Your friend has also vomited 15 times which is a grave sign.

Please go ahead with admitting her/him. Continue to give paracetamol to control the fever.

I wish your friend quick recovery.

Answered: Fri, 14 Dec 2012
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