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Small child, having digeorge syndrome, vomiting, puffy eyes, chronic cough. Treatment?

hi there i have a ten month baby who has di george syndrom she currently always getting sick. last nite she woke up with a temp of 38.4 after meals she been vomiting her eyes are puffy and have red bag circles she has had a cough for a the last month and last nite it got worse her temp is now 37.7 should i take her down to the hosiptal or just go see the doc again tomorow?
Asked On : Thu, 20 Sep 2012
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Thank you for your query on HealthCareMagic.

By the description provided by you it is advisable to hospitalize the baby for further management. Cough persisting for more than a month with fever and vomiting is suggestive of pneumonia which shall require investigations and intravenous antibiotics.

I hope this response is helpful to you.

Wishing your daughter an early recovery......


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