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Used tylenol. Helped fever. Sneezing and coughing, true?

My 2 1/2 year old daughter was running a fever of 102.5 earlier, we ve treated it with tylenol and it s dropped to 100.3 now, but she s also been complaining of her eyes hurting all day. Her actual eyes aren t red, but it s swollen and puffy around the outsides. No sneezing or coughing. I read that it could be preorbital cellulitis and to take her to the doctor right away. Could this be true, or am I just freaking out a little? :)
Asked On : Thu, 16 Aug 2012
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Allergist and Immunologist 's  Response
this is disease of milk theory
our child need milk till 2 years
and that only breast milk
and as we add milk which i animal protein it reacts with human proteins causing recuring problems of these types
you withdraw milk and diary completely from diet add vegetables juices cereals and other food instead there will be reversal of signsand symptomps
now can give antiallergic singular 4 mg bd mouthdissolving
syp ventrolin 1.2 tsf bd
meftal for fever
for 3 wk and withdraw milk and diary completely
Answered: Thu, 30 May 2013
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