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Ways to overcome weakness post high fever in children

Dr, I have 1year old baby girl . From last 10 days she is suffering from high fever (around 104F). Doctors done complete blood, Urine Tests with Chest X-Ray etc but all reports are normal. Dr. saying that there may be chances for Typhoid and started medicine. After 2days of taking the medicine, My daughter is not having any fever now but she is weak now. She has reduces about 1kg of her weight. She weighs 8.5Kgs now. she is too weak and feels sleepy. She plays in day time but not the way she used too. Please suggest ways to overcome her acute weakness asap. As her first B Day is on Thu (26th April). Thanks in Advance
Asked On : Thu, 26 Apr 2012
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If the fever has subsided there is nothing to worry. Fatigue and poor appetite may persist for a few days. I hope you are giving some multivitamin syrup. Complete the treatment as advised by your doctor. Give her more of semisolid food. She should be okay in a few days. Best of luck.
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