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Child with fever, pneumonia. Lymphs high, neutrophils low.History of haemophilus influenza, rsv, paralysis. Recommendations?

Hi When my daughter was 15 month and had a fever of 105 and had a seizure and her left side of her body was paralyzed. The got better the same day. Then six months later he had another seizure more than one and the doctors diagnose her with haemophilus influenza type b meningitis and rsv. She got better and she was health. She s now almost five years old and still gets fever when she s sick she gets infections a lot and last week she had fever102 and pneumonia . She had blood test done and her lymphs was high 71 and neutrophils ( absolute) was low 1.1 and complement total (chem 50) high 60 .
Asked On : Wed, 13 Mar 2013
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what is her wgt? children getting one or two episodes of bacterial infections and getting seasonal viral infections is normal only. she needs thorough systemic examination. most importantly the wgt gain pattern. depending on that we have to proceed. proper vaccination is essential. give her good nutrition- like milk,egg, health mix preparation and vitamin d3 supplementation, if necessary iron also.
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