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Spiked fever post C-section, on antibiotics and fluids. History of kidney transplant. Cause of concern?

my daughter had a kidney transplant 8 years ago. Transplant was a big success, she is not on alot of a auto suppresent medicine. She just had a baby by c section on Dec. 7th, 2012. She has spike a fever twice after the c section. She is on antibiotics and fluids.. Creatine Level is 1.1 which is the same as before pregnancy. Blood pressure is good. She had a great pregnancy, carried full term Her due date was Dec. 9th. She is in good hands, she is not worried, however me as her mother I am wrorried.
Asked On : Fri, 14 Dec 2012
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Nephrologist 's  Response
hi linda i think she is fine,

the doctor must be following the fever. if the fever continues for more than 1 day, there should be adequate cover with antibiotics and blood and urine cultures should be sent to find any focus of infection. transplant patients are prone to infections we know that, and therefore a careful follow-up is required.

hope this helps.
Answered: Tue, 18 Dec 2012
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