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Infant suffering from fever. Urine test suggesting UTI and pus cells. Given oflomac forte and Alkasol. Need medication to bring down fever

My son,5 and half months suffering from fever since last 5 days. UTI established after urine test yesterday with plenty pus cell. doctor consulted and he asked for a culture test of urine and in the meantime gave Oflomac forte 100 to be taken twice 3 ml each. Other medication includes Alkasol thrice daily diluted. Calpol 250 and Mefkind for fever SOS. Fever comes every 5-6 yrs and the range is 102-103 degree celcius. Kindly suggest
Asked On : Thu, 4 Oct 2012
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Dear sujit
Hello,the treatment given by your doctor is correct.Please continue with antibiotic and collect urine culture sensitivity report.There may be the need for change of antibiotic as per sensitivity report.We have to give antibiotic for atleast 8 to 10 days .One more advise which i want to give you is go for USG KUB because it is unusual for 5 and half months old male child to get UTI.
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