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Has fever. On crocin. What is causing fever? Help anemia?

Hi, my 3 yr old daughter falls sick very often (atleast 3 times a month) and has fever near to 102. shes always been given crocin 250 mg of meftal- p. but it never reduces. so when any antibiotic(Altacef) is given, then it will be fine. Can u please suggest what might be causing the fever. I am very much worries about the same, and also she is very anemic. i am giving her ferradol syrup, to boost her iron content. Please suggest me what has to be done with her frequent illness . regards, sasikala
Asked On : Fri, 21 Sep 2012
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Thanks for query.
As she is getting alright after antibiotic that means she is having recurrent bacterial infection.
Go for blood-complete blood checking with ESR, hemoglobin and blood culture.
To improve her resistance power give her vitamin B. complex and multivitamin syrup.
Give her Iron syrup if she is anemic.
Give her high nourishing diet.
Ok and bye.
Answered: Fri, 21 Sep 2012
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