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Fever from 4days and redness on the tong
Hi my son is 8yrs old. He is having adenoids and tonsillitis problem from 1yr ago.. Recently I have went to a Dr about this problem so he prescribed me a nose spray medicine to use for 2months . Recently I have stopped using it as I completee 2months..few days back my son are icecream so he started throat pain and fever I'm using p500 medicine from 4days feber is under control for few hrs but again in th 6th hr the temperature started raising. His tongue also became red with small spots due to which he is not eating properly. Even if it is little spice he is unable to eat.. What can i do for this.. Is this any problem or normal tonisl infectioni. Please suggest any solution.
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It may be viral or bacterial infection. Vital fever with pharyngitis. Consult for evaluation
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He needs one course of oral antibiotics.
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