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Small child, persistent fever, seizures, hair loss, swollen left eye, rashes all over body. Treatment?

Hi i have a 2 year old she gets a fever almost every week. Also so far she has had 5 seizures. Shes.also having hair loss also two days ago she woke up with her left eye swollen. Also a rash all over her whole body she scracthed til she bled what do.i do i take her to hospiyals they have no clue. My child is bery sick lives off fever meds
Asked On : Wed, 6 Mar 2013
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If your child has been getting fever every 1week that means her immunity is very weak .You need to get her thoroughly examined and investigated.At present she is probably suffering from viral infection with rash.Again she would require to be assessed by her pediatrician.Regarding her seizures would like to know whether she is on any long term anti seizure medication.if she is then alopecia could be explained due to those medicines as well as due to recurrent illness.
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