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Infant cries continuously, has rashes around nose, fever, low appetite. What can be done?

Hello Doctor, my baby (boy, 7 months old) is continuosly crying for the past 1 day.. I took him to a doctor yesterday who prescribed Dolo and said there are few rashes around his nose and this is some form of fever recently spreading in Chennai. He is still crying and we are not sure what to do. He is not taking in any food including mother s milk.
Asked On : Sat, 29 Sep 2012
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Hi,,your baby crying continuously can be due to following reasons
1- nasal block can cause both irritability and feeding difficulty.
2-abdominal colicks
3-hunger itself.
This may be mostly viral fever-a small dose of antihistamine can help in clearing the nostrils and also slightly quieten the baby.
You have to show the baby to your pediatrician again in view of the incessant cry and especially poor feeding .
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