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Prescribed Zinnath, tylenol and solmux for respiratory tract infection. Normal to have fever?

Yesterday, My hubs has 40.3 deg fever. I took him to the internist and says my hubs has respiratory tract infection . The internist gave him zinnath, tylenol and solmux. But after 24 hrs of taking those medz, he still has hi fever of 39 deg. What should i do? Is this normal? No headache but high fever. It scares me about typhoid and dengue .
Asked On : Sun, 31 Mar 2013
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As per your description the intensity of fever has come down , it takes 24-48 hours for the fever to completely come down after initiation of antibiotics, so you can wait for some more time. If the symptoms become severe or fever still persists even 48-72 hours after start of medication then dont hesitate to contact doctor.
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