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Developed high fever with headache, dry cough, chills, abdominal pain. Temperature fluctuating. What can be done?

My 9year old daughter developed high fevers Sunday morning; 39degC, headache, dry cough, chills, abdominal pain.
Visited hospital tests FBC + Urinalysis; clean but treated for 'throat infection'
Given Orelox antobiotic, Effermol 500mg, Cetrizine, Ventolin Syrup
Last night temps still high ranging 37.5 - 38.7
after dinner n drugs, screamed of abdominal pain & threw up her dinner (temp was 38.5)
This morning 7.00am - temp 36.7degC, 10am - temp 35.0degC, 11.30am - temp 37.2degC
Should I be worried still?
Ms Lucia
Asked On : Sun, 16 Jun 2013
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Hello Lucia! Welcome to HCM. Your daughter may be having Viral Infection and it is self limiting. You can continue the same treatment for a couple of days and if still it does not control then see a paediatrician. Take care.
Answered: Tue, 18 Jun 2013
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