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8 year old, drenched in the rain, mild fever. Taking B cin. High WBC count. Treatment?

Hi my daughter got drenched in the rain and has been running a low grade fever not higher than 100 . She had two rounds of antibiotics but didn t subside . We got her tests done and her WBC were high..16.1 . All other like widely etc came normal. Urine was normal. Now doctor has prescribed her seethes another antibiotic. I am really worried. Also prior to this my daughter had antibiotic for her severe cold where doctor gave her B cin 100mg once a day for 5 days and then a repeat it again for 5 days. Hope the fever is not a side effe t of B cin. My daughter is 8 years old
Asked On : Fri, 27 Jul 2012
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Feb 2013
Thank you for your query,
This fever is looking like some bacterial infection as the WBC count is high.
It is not a side effect of the antibiotic B cin as you mentioned.
Continue the medications as prescribed by your Pediatrician and if it is not subsiding the consult again within 3 days.
Hope I have answered your query.
Answered: Fri, 15 Feb 2013
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