I have 9 years old son. He is active and he is a competitive swimmer. He has low grade fever over two weeks. He has mild asthma but it is not serious. I am trying to find out what is wrong with him since we recent took him to doctor. His lungs, heart, ears and others are fine. Now the fever increase to 102 for two days. We did hold swim practices and other activites to give him rest but the fever is not going down. He has molluscum contagiosum on his left arm. I don't know if it cause low grade fever. I am trying to comfort him since he wants to go back to active again. I did research everything what causes persistant low grade fever with 9 years old child. I can't find anything since the pederitic doctor did not help enough.
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