My 5 year old son has been sick with some form of a virus since April. He started off with strep throat, was treated with antibiotics, seemed to improved and about a week later was sick again with fever. He has has had either low grade fever (99.4 via ear) to high 103.6, ever since. His appetite has decreased and he has been complaining about bad headaches. His eyes were checked in January and he did not need glasses. Our pediatrician suggested blood work last week but this did not show anything unusual except that he is a carrier of the Thalassemia gene, which my husband is also. He has never exhibited these symptoms before and has been completely healthy and on track developmentally. We are very worried and don't know what to do next.Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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