THERE MUST BE LOTS OF WORRIED PARENTS OUT THERE WITH CHILDREN WHO HAVE RECURRENT FEVERS AND CONSTANTLY FIGHTING TO FIND OUT WHATS WRONG?
LETS COLLATE INFORMATION TOGETHER AND TRY TO GET OUR CHILDREN WELL AGAIN!
My wife is having fever from last 15/16 days.She had Typhoide 1 month back. Evryday we are consulting doctor and done all the tests for Maleria (malaria),chest x ray, TB,Blood culture,Urine Culture,Ultrasound etc. All the reports are coming normal ecxept typhoide. Doctor adviised that is is coming due to she had typhoide within one month.. Her haemoglobin count has decreased and reched to 8.4. Usually she has less count (9.4).. Her body is reacting to antibiotics.. She is taking Calpol 500 now... But nothing is working out.Today is the 16th day of this fever. Within these period she was well for only 3 days. Could anyone please suggest what might be the case?? Currently she is at Odisha ,India. She is 25 years old..
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