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What is the cause of increase in esonophills count in 11 month old after treatment for viral fever ?

My baby is 11 month old and weighing 7.5kgs.he was suffering from fever for 5 days and doctor diagonised as viral fever,after 5th day we took urine and blood test ,everything was normal ,he dont have dengue and jaundice ,but his esonophills count is 800 ,during that he was undergone test injection in his skin layer after 2 days he had swellings of about 14mm and doctor told that he is suffering from primary complex (border lever ) and he given cyproheptadine hcl drops .for increase in esonophills count he gave monticope syrup for 15 days (3.75 ml at nite).i am very scared of his health condition ,he didnt gain weight that much even though he eat well but he is very active baby.please give me clear information about my son s condition .i also hear that there will be false positive result in primary complex,how it will be identified .my husband as well as me are very sad regarding our sons condition .pls make us clear and free
Asked On : Wed, 22 Feb 2012
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Hi, welcome to H.C.M.Forum. when your kid is active and eating well, don't worry. he is having eosinophelia for that he needs to use diethylcarbamazinecitrate with the advise of a pediatrician. regarding primary complex X RAY is the final wepon for diagnosis that pediatrician will look after. thank you
Answered: Wed, 29 Feb 2012
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