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Leg pain, swimmers ear, headaches. Blood work shows inflammation. Treatment?

My daughter has swimmers ear, which is being treated with drops, but has developed severe leg pain, a low grade fever , neck pain and headaches . the leg pain is throughout her entire legs and she won t even stand it is so painful. she had xrays done and bloodwork completed. the bloodwork results indicated some abnormal levels that had to do with inflammation and we don t have the results of the xrays yet. what are the dr. s concerned about. they aren t really saying much just wanted to observe, but observe for what? Thanks
Asked On : Fri, 27 Jul 2012
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Hi welcome to HCMForum. The present condition has nothing to do with the swimmers ear or ear drops.
the present illness is aviral fever may be chikangunya or dengue fever. other possibilities are typhoid
eosinofelia etc. I advise you to trust your doctor. they told you to wait because some tests take time
to be completed. and nothing else. In viral fevers the pains may persist for some time even after
recovery from fever. For those pains i advise you some diet recmendations as avoid giving her potato
other tubers tomato cauliflower coconut and sea foods. dont worry she will be fine in no time.
Answered: Sat, 28 Jul 2012
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