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My daughter has fever that keeps coming and going

I am sick worried about my daughter because she has the fever that keeps going and coming back..whats is wrong with her and is this normal for a 1 year old baby? I am going bring her to see a doctor later today and have her check..its been 4days now since this happens..what is your best advice..any help is very much appreciated..ty
Asked On : Tue, 31 May 2011
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HELLO... FIRST U EVAUTE THE CAUSE OF FEVER. BY MEANS OF INVESTIGATION THEN TREAT THE CAUSE AND COMPLITE THE COURSE OF MEDICINE. YOUR BABY BECOME NORMAL WITH THEN AFTER... TAKE CARE...
Answered: Wed, 1 Jun 2011
General & Family Physician Dr. Channabasappa K's  Response
hello,fever of your child is nothing but flu(fever caused by influnja virus)&unlikely to be suffering from maliaria,dengue,since 4days have passed off.duration of typical viral fever lasts usually7-10days(not exactily),during this period early fever is due to virus alone,later on bacterial fever replaces in most of cases(secondary bacterial),on&off usually common during first4 to5days inspite of best antibiotic priscerbied at this point.no antiviral druge for infunga viruses discovered for almost18 strains of this virus,''dummy medication works better than anything else at this period'' eg control temp by calpal syp alone, or else calpal with allerid syp,measured as per child wt,even then also on&off temp is commom until 4-5days,followed by best antibacterial treatment accordence with your treating pediatrician.nothing to worry,keep doing tipid spoing ta this time,otherwise child can develop convulsions,make sure that child hydriated by giving diluted milk,rice water&biscuit,bread etc.consult best pediatrician only.
Answered: Wed, 1 Jun 2011
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