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High Fever 102F
My father is down with high fever. Measured around 5:30 PM. He had paracetamol and is now sleeping. Since today is sunday and the near by clinics are closed. What should I do now?
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Hello. You give him chininum ars 30 every four hour today. And rhus tox 30 twice daily. Do cold sponging. Take rest and eat good nutritious diet.
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Sir a cbc is recommended if the fever doesn't go after 3 days .you can do tap water sponging on the body and make sure he drinks enough water and fluid intake as well some fruits and dal etc
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Hello, 102 F is high grade fever , it could be viral or bacterial infection , viral infection is self limited takes a week to subside , viral infection has prodromal symptoms like malaise , joint pain, fatiguability , headache . If it's bacterial infection he need antibiotics ,consult general physician.
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