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Microplasma pneumonia, pain in the upper body, vomit, normal temperature. Advice?

10 year old son. Had micro plasma pneumonia 6 weeks ago. Two days ago complained of feeling cold and sick in the tummy. He tried to vomit a few times but nothing came up. He stayed home from school yesterday. Often cold then hot and sometimes out of breath. This morning woke up saying he hurt from his head down to the top of his stomach. He says his throat is also sore. Coughing infrequently. General feeling of unwell. I have taken his temperature and it seems quite normal.
Asked On : Sun, 5 Aug 2012
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Pediatrician, Pulmonology 's  Response

Thanks for writing to healthcare magic.
Looks separate from mycolplasma
Could be a viral flu/strep infection
Get nasal swab for flu and throat swab for strep tested
Dont worry
Wishing you great health
Have a pleasant day
Answered: Mon, 6 Jan 2014
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