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Child has fever, swollen lips, twitching, painful eyes, cough. On tylenol. What can be done?

Hi, Im Lynece I have a 2year old son that has a fever of 102.6 axillary, and 101.6 rectally. He has also been complaing about his eyes hurt for about 2days now. And about 2 weeks ago he had the pink eye. Hes never had twitches. But now hes twictching and has a 2 swollen lips , and the bottom one is busted. Ive taken off all of his clothing. Now hes taking a nap without cover, the only thing he has on is a pullup. I had given him tylenol about about 6 hrs ago for his cough . What should I do?
Asked On : Thu, 10 Jan 2013
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Pediatrician 's  Response
Hi Lynece,

Thank you for your query.

You have done the right thing by giving your son Tylenol and uncovering him. You can continue giving Tylenol 5 ml. 4-6 hrly. if the temperature is above 99F by side. By the way, Tylenol is for fever and not cough. If the fever does not come to normal in the next 24 hours then it is advised to consult your doctor who shall examine your son, the swollen lips, pharynx and chest and start appropriate medications.

I hope I have answered your query to your satisfaction.

Wishing your son a speedy recovery.


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Pediatrician Dr. E Venkata Ramana's  Response
Feb 2013
Hi Lynece,
Thank you for your query,
You child ailment is looking like Viral fever and continue Tylenol every 6 th hourly depending on the presence of fever, and do tepid sponging if there is high grade fever and try to give adequate oral fluids.
And consult your Pediatrician for examination and for specific management.
Hope i have answered your query.
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