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Child has fever, no cold, increased heart rate, irritated. Prescribed Azithromycin and Tylenol

my son 3years old has got fever since two days with no cold\diaheorreal symptom, but he is showing towards the heart area, icant understand whether chest or heart but his palpitationis very high 140,also when feer rises he gets irritated and shows toward the heart are, The Paedeatric doc suggested ezythromycin ( for mild throat infection and adol +tynelol suppositories f for fever , fever came down but palpitation is still high and he is weeping terribly, please help
Asked On : Sun, 12 Aug 2012
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Its important to control fever at the earliest as its the high fever that is causing his palpitations. Its a common mechanism to have palpitations when anyone has fever, so keep giving paracetamol round the clock for the fever.
Hope your child gets well soon.
Answered: Fri, 17 Aug 2012
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