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Fever, taken antibiotic, repetitive fever

my daughter is of 6 months..she was havin fvr on 6 march.her TLC was 0000 n pus cells were 10-12.she was on antibiotic.her fvr was gone after one dose of injection .but she has becum very irritated.n tomorow she was havin fvr again.may i know d reason..n suggest me wat shud i do?cud it b because of teethin also?her pedia is sayin here is no any theething...plz reply...
Asked On : Mon, 26 Mar 2012
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Thanks for writing to health care magic.

Were other investigations done like CRP, blood for culture etc? If so what are the reports like?
Is your baby accepting feeds normally?

What antibiotics are being given?
Please reply in detail so that I can help you better.

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Hope this helps.
Take care.
Dr Y V Siva Sankara Murty
Associate Professor of Pediatrics
Answered: Mon, 17 Jun 2013
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