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Fever at night, vanishes in morning.
I get fever upto 102.5 during evening and night. Fever vanishes in the morning. Blood report states RBC, WBC and platlets as normal. I took following medicines twice a day for last two days: 1. Paracip 650 2. Cefix 200 DT 3. Pantosec D I was alright today in the daytime but now I am again developing fever. I experience a bit of weakness as well along with the fever. What should I do? Thanks.
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Since how long u have been getting fever,take paracip 6hrly, if I don't find any response,need to investigate further to find focusw
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watch for clinical aggravation or improve ment
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watch for red flag signs
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You need to mention the duration of fever as well as the associated symptoms if any... Get tested for malaria (malaria antigen), Dengue (NS1ag/IgM antibody) and Typhoid (typhidot IgM) as these are the most common illnesses in our country causing fever apart from viral illnesses.
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Get tests done if fever continues for next 1-2 days
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Consult a physician with reports for proper management as all these illnesses are easily curable but need timely treatment.
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Hello sir take paracip 650 TDS instead BD ....if still not improve in fever. go for investigations.
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Hey You need some tests done. Get CBC done and get a chest X-ray done. I need some more information. How long has this been happening ?
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please consult with me on chat will suggest
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