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Infant with intermittent fever, vomiting. Gave crocin. Further treatment?

My 6 months 13 days old son is suffering from intermittent fever . Before fever he had cold ....Friday afternoon he had fever... then after providing him crocin drops temperature went down .....he is active...then night he had fever ... after giving corex drops...temperature went down again....again afternoon he had fever which came down after crocin drops.....we went to doctor and he said we need to take urine test if he has fever for couple more day...then on saturday night he had fever....again it went down after medicines..... sunday morning to night he didnt have fever... but again in the night he is having some fever... What is this symptom.... kindly note that he has reduced the fluid intake but he is taking mother s milk.... he has 2 times vomitted cerelac with cold saliva in it.... any remedy to this....what is the our next step? is it serious?
Asked On : Thu, 28 Mar 2013
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Pediatrician 's  Response
Feb 2013

Thank you for your query on Healthcare Magic.

The child should be examined for the focus of infection like throat and ears.

If there are findings of any infection he will require antibiotic therapy.

Basic investigations like CBP, CRP, malarial parasite, and CUE to be done to know the focus of infection.

Therefore consult again your doctor further examination and for basic investigations.

Hope I have answered your query.

Answered: Thu, 28 Mar 2013
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