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Fever, blood shoot eyes, runny nose, eye buggers, has headache and body aches. ER done viral fever. Treatment?

Hello - my 4 year old has had a fever for 6 days, he has blood shoot eyes, runny nose, eye buggers, and has been complaining of headache and bodyaches. We took him to the his ped and she sent him to the ER, after hours at the ER they sent us home and said it was a virul infection. No meds, no nothing. Two days later he still looks and feels miserable and the fever continues. What can I Do?
Asked On : Sun, 13 Oct 2013
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dear user
as fever is continues , you should not wate .
go for complete blood investigation .
go for investigation CBC , MP antigen , Typhi dot and if vomitting and nausea is there go for dengue NS1 test also .

to reduce fever give paracetamole 15 mg /kg /dose for 3 times .
anti histaminic drug
increase water intake
steam is helpful for running nose .

after getting blood reports your doctor will decide treatment .

hope this will help u
dr neha
Answered: Sun, 13 Oct 2013
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