I do not recommend the doctor
My son was getting intermittent fever for about 2-3 months. She wrongly diagnosed the case & asked us to give intravenous injections for 10 days, with the needle having to be attached all the 10 days.
My son was just 4 years old. The diagnosis was based on a 6 month old lab report that showed traces of e-coli. It was probably a mixup in the lab
We just walked away from the facility without opting for the injections & obtained a second opinion from another doctor. He carefully diagnosed & showed surprise on the diagnosis made by a doctor at such a renowned facility.
We did more lab tests which just showed that it was a urinary infection that just needed regular medication.