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Child having fever, cough, runny nose. Gets better when given Ibuprofen. Fever returns after 4 hours. Solution?

My daughter is almost 3yrs old. She has a temp of 103.3. She first had a temp of 102.6 on wed afternoon. She has a cough and a runny nose which is clear. She has coughed so much at times that she made herself vomit . She is drinking fluids ok and using the bathroom normally. Her fever has dropped when given ibuprofen and she feels better and wants to move around and play. But after about 4 hrs her fever spikes right back up. She has drainage in her eyes. Her eyes look sick and her cheeks are flushed.
Asked On : Mon, 31 Dec 2012
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Thanks for your query,
your daughter is having respiratory mentioned by you she is having high grade fever so i suggest you to take her to pediatrician,in the meantime give her paracetamol after every 6 hours,do tepid sponging.give her plenty of fluids.warm liquids will be soothing for her.
Your daughter will be fine
God bless.
Answered: Thu, 3 Jan 2013
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