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Mild temperature and loose motions for 1 yr 11 months old, injury in lower gum. Is it due to infection ?

Hello doctor... My daughter has a mild temperature and loose motion. She is 1 year and 11 months old. Presently there is an injury at her lower gum. I think it is because of toothing. Could you please tell me whether the fever is beacus eof any infection. She has mild fever for more than a week and loose stools for five days
Asked On : Fri, 2 Nov 2012
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What is the temperature? If its less than 38`C you need not worry. Along with loose stools it might be viral. But be sure her activity is normal and food intake is okay.
Take care of her hydration by giving her adequate fluids. You may give her probiotics too for her loose stools that will reduce the frequency and duration.
What is the problem in her gums? If you are sure its because of teething and its bothering her, you may apply local gels like zytee.
If symptoms persist, please do not hesitate to visit your Pediatrician.
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