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Tonsils and fever
Dear sir/ mam On Friday my daughter was suffering from cold and fever we went to dr. He said she is having tonsils on right side. They prescribed medicines that she was having fever temperature 101 & 102.8. I give her ibugesic. Her went down. Next day she woke up fine. But again she having fever her temperature is 100.2 I give her paravib syrup has prescribed dr. She is having cold and cough also i am not sure is this fever temperature is normal or not. Or do we have to go for test. Because dr. Said if she has fever or breathing problem or cold and coughing and we have to go for covid test. But she is only having little cold cough and fever temperature 100. Is this because of weather change or should I go for test. Please suggest.
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Hi, Tonsillitis also cause fever, you should continue medicines prescribed by your doctor as temperature is not increasing... Is there any history of contact with covid positive patient or any family members have covid??? Then you should go for covid test...
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monitor spo2 and temperature... give plenty of liquids orally..
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wait for 2 days if your daughter is active and playful.. consult online if needed
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Mam, on this history I am unable to advice you regarding test or further treatment. Please take a consultation for the same again.
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You should visit the same doctor again and should definitely go for the test if your doctor has prescribed it. As the treating doctor is the best judge.
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