Fever Induced Reaction to Antibiotics in Children?

Answer When a child has a fever this indicates the body is reacting to a bacterial or viral infection. Antibiotics are often given when a child is sick and are usually effective in treating infections cau... Read More »

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Can your child get high fever while on antibiotics?

I'm not a doctor, but I'm a mom. If the child's on antibiotics then he/she is being treated for a bacterial infection. If the child develops a viral infection, that might cause a fever. Viruses are... Read More »

How Long Does The Average Fever Last With No Antibiotics?

You are taking ibuprofen which is a NSAID (reduces fever also aling with pain, inflammation). Duration of fever : Fever lasting for more than 4-7 days is rarely due to self limiting viral illness ... Read More »

Can your child get a high fever after taking antibiotics?

If your child has been prescribed an antibiotic and continues to run a high fever (> 103 F), one of two things are going on: 1. either the bacterial infection for which the antibiotic was prescribe... Read More »

Having sugar and bloodpresure the reaction is having fever everymorning what to do?

see the doctor for treatments for both glucose control and blood pressure control and a possible infection