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Should I worry about a pneumonia relapse in my child who showed signs of vomiting and coughing ?

I have a 5yr old daughter who just got over LLL Pneumonia about 2 weeks ago. Yesterday we had a family reunion and she was on the water slide for a good part of the day. She was coughing little today and once since she s b e en in bed. She sounded like she needed to throw up but didn t and went back to sleep. Her temp was 98.4 and she had a good appetite today. Should I be more worried about pneumonia relapse or dehydration? Her breathing sounds fine. When will I know if I should take her in to see doctor?
Asked On : Mon, 11 Jul 2011
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Thanks for query,
You should not allow her for water slide as she is recently recovered from pneumonia.
No problem.observe her temperature and cough.
if she gets high temperature and more cough then consult your doctor and start the treatment.
Give some cough syrup.
Give her rest and do not allow in cold atmosphere,
Do not give fried and junk food.
ok and bye.
Answered: Mon, 11 Jul 2011
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