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Temperature dropped, sleeping a lot, white bowels. Worry?

My daughter (4yrs old) had a temp of 103 the day before yesterday and then her temp dropped to around 95 degrees ever since. She is sleeping a lot and eating a little. No other symptoms. The doc said her ears, nose , throat , etc... Looked fine. What could be an issue and should I worry about her temp being so low? Also her bowels have been white to tan within the last month. That may or may not be related. Your help is much appreciated as I am one worried mommy
Asked On : Sat, 2 Mar 2013
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Since the fever has subsided probably she might have contracted a viral infection.Post viral infection child goes into convalescene period where kids are little weak ,eat less and sleepin not alert. This will correct itself in few days.Your concern about her styools being white to tan needs to be looked into.Discuss with her pediatrician maybe he might run a few investigation to rule out infection.

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Answered: Tue, 5 Mar 2013
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