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Kids having headache, sensitive body, stomach ache, fever and diarrhoea. Concerned

Hello , I am concerned about my son. He is 6 and it over all.very sensitive . He had a bad headache last saturday tben the next day he said he felt sick with stomach pains. Then by sunday he had a 102 fever and diarreah in the early morning on monday. His stools did not get better until thursday. And he went back friday. But he is still complaing on and off that his stomach hurts and today he had another headache. He had a visit to the doctor and she did say that it could laat up to 7 days but its been 10 since he hasnt felt well
Asked On : Fri, 11 May 2012
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I believe its an acute infective process, may take a while for complete recovery. Once he comes out of the febrile episodes and headache persists, then we will have to look into new lights.

In the current scenario, please visit your doctor again and get him checked for any signs of meningitis.

best wishes
Answered: Fri, 14 Jun 2013
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