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Suffering from throat infection and having high temperature. What is the treatment? - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 12-Dec-2013
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Doctor:How can I help you ?
User:Hi Doctor
User:Can i have medical advise for my child
User:Heis 8 yrs old, he is suffering from throat infection what is saying..he had high temparature
Doctor:Are there any other symptoms ?
User:Body pains also
User:I have gjven paracetemol 250 tablet twise . 1 in the evening and 1 un the night.
Doctor:Ok, the symptoms appear to be due to viral infection
Doctor:continue Paracetomol
Doctor:Also ask him to gargle warm salt water twice daily
Doctor:Also let him take steam inhalations with Eucalyptus in it.
Doctor:if the fever do not subside by two days then he may be needing antibiotics
Doctor:You may then have to consult his treating doctor\
User:At present you suggest any medicine.
Doctor:You can give him half tablet of Benadryl twice daily
Doctor:after food\
User:Doctor any child is not taking tablets due to taste.
Doctor:Yes, Sinarest P 5ml thrice daily.
Doctor:Is there anything I can help you with ?
User:Thanks Doctor..
Doctor:You are welcome
Doctor:Wish you good health
Doctor:take care
User:No , i will try the above and get back to u if need any help..thanks once agian.
Doctor:Bye for now
Doctor:Take care'
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