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How can I calm down my child who is throwing tantrums after a bout of heavy cold ?

my 2 year old has what it looks to be a cold but two days later she is trowing , and little fuzziness she would only stopthe fuzziness when i pick her up and rest her on my shoulder , she had fever the 2 day of cold and the 4th day trowing up ,
Thu, 19 Jan 2012
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Hi Elvia, Welcome to HealthcareMagic Forum.
Your History suggests your Daughter has a Upper Respiratory Tract and Gastro Intestinal Tract Infection. Kindly get her examined by a Pediatrician as she will require antibiotics and Anti Pyretics. Do tepid sponging twice or thrice daily if the temperature is more than 99F. Continue to Breast feed if you are doing it and give her Plenty of Fluids including Oral Rehydration Salts. If necessary, your Doctor may suggest, Blood and stool work up.
See to it that she takes her medicines as directed by your Doctor and take her for regular follow up.
Hope i have answered your query, I will be available to answer your follow up queries.

I Wish her Good Health.
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