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Getting fever, headache, watery eye and ear pain. What is the disease?

Thank u this is awesome My daughter has had a fever tonight is the second night spikesnon 4 hour intervals jas had a hedache and strangely her eyes keep watering...she is prone to bronchial inflamation this time of year albuterol etc she saud her ear heurt earlier but not consistant complaint i am worried this is more than standard usual ear infection fever
Asked On : Fri, 25 Jan 2013
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Thanks for writing your query.

Headache and watering in eyes can be due to fever.
Feeling of heart rate or palpitation can be due to use of albuterol. It can result in increase in heart rate, as a side effect, resulting in palpitation.

Paracetamol can be given for fever and pain.
Antibiotic, if needed can be given after her medical examination.
You should get her examined by her Paeditrician and give medicines under medical supervision only.

Also get her investigated for Complete Blood Count(CBC)
I hope this is helpful to you.
Answered: Fri, 25 Jan 2013
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