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3 years old son having fever 100.4
My 3 years old son is having fever 100.4 since last night. We are giving sumo L 120 every 4 hours. Some time fever come down to 99 and goes back to 101. No other symptoms like sneezing, coughing, vomit. Should I continue Sumo L 120 or change it?
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Fever of one day that too in mild grade - need only paracetamol on as needed basis . Give plenty of fluid and maintain good hydration . Wait for other symptom to evolve as viral fever tend to remain for 3-4 days max ,after which if persistent we may need investigation and treatment
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Continue pcm as advised You can give sponge with water if temperature remains high despite pcm
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if fever persists then vedio consult online
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Continue paracetamol. What is the weight of the child ? Check if you are giving right dose. Viral fever takes 3-5 days to settle.
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Plenty of fluids
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If baby is active and playful in between temperature, you can wait for 2-3 days
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Mention the weight of child... Continue sumol for fever If child is active inbetween fever then wait 3fir 2 days or else consult online or in person...
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