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Reccurence of fever, cough. Taking Asthalin, Meftal, Crocin. Blood test shows nothing. Worried?

My son turned 1 year old on 2nd Feb. He has been having repeated occurences of fever and cough since the last two months. We have been visiting the pediatrician almost every 3 days now. He has been given Asthalin, Meftal, Crocin , Augmentin and levolin nebulizaton. The cough is slightly down now but his fever has been recurring almost every second day after subsiding for a day or two. We have been using Augmentin now almost for over two weeks daily. His blood test showed up nothing (The doctor said so). We are worried as to what is happening. Kindly advice.
Asked On : Wed, 20 Feb 2013
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Pediatrician 's  Response

thanks for writing

your baby needs to be examined further and definitely investigated

was a x ray chest taken or not

what is the report like

was a mantoux done or not..............

is the baby loosing weight

all these details are required for further commenting on the babys problem

pl reply with further details

take care
Answered: Thu, 21 Feb 2013
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