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High fever, abdominal pain, chills. Taking ibuprofen, tylenol. Mononucleosis infection?

I have a 3 1/2 year old granddaughter that has been running a temperature from 102 degrees to 103.1 degrees with a digital forehead thermometer for three full days now. She also complains of abdominal pain. We have been alternating tylenol and ibuprofen. Her temperature rises to high again if she misses one dose. I am concerned about mononucleosis. What is your take on this. She cries a lot and isn t herself. She wants her MawMaw but is uncomfortable being held. Complains of feeling cold. She does have chills.
Asked On : Wed, 25 Apr 2012
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A high rise of fever with chills can be due to a viral or bacterial infection. You need to consult her pediatrician for a detailed examination to find out the cause. Mononucleosis is a possibility.
Meanwhile you can do cold sponging to bring down the temperature.
I hope this information has been both informative and helpful for you.
Dr. Praveen Tayal
Answered: Wed, 25 Apr 2012
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