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Intermittent fever, cough, runny nose, vomitting, loss of apetite. Suggestions?

My daughter has a fever that keeps coming and going it hasn t gotten above 101.5 she also has a slight cough and a runny nose . I m having trouble getting her to eat and it s been about four days since she s eaten a full meal she also vomited today. She is potty trained but tonight I had to put a pull up on her because she went #2 on herself a little bit involuntarily.
Asked On : Sun, 17 Feb 2013
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make sure that your child must have undergone blood test for this.If she dont eat and drink well she will be dehydrated and she will get hypoglycemmia which wll make her more weak and makes her immune system suggest any medication to you first you must have a blood test done so hat accordinly treatment will be give antibiotic treatment is needed int his case and syp.zincovit can be prescribed to her to be strong.
Answered: Tue, 18 Jun 2013
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