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Small child, high fever. Taking metacin, dolopar, maxtra-p. Treatment?

Hi, My son, 1.3yrs now has 102 degrees farhenite fever from yesterday. I gave him metacin 2.5 ml 4 times at a gap of 5-6 hrs. he was crying n couldnt sleep. I visited doctor today & he prescribe me for blood test & new medicines - Dolopar & maxtra P. he is still crying, i gave him colimex but no what shall be done Thanks
Asked On : Fri, 21 Dec 2012
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Pediatrician 's  Response
Feb 2013
What are the results of the blood tests? As dolopar contains paracetamol instead of Maxtra P only maxtra is enough as Maxtra P again contains paracetamol and the dose will be excess. Depending on the blood investigations and the focus of infection your child may require addition of antibiotic so consult your Docotr and he will examine your child and advise medication accordingly.
Answered: Wed, 26 Dec 2012
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