My child has had no former severe medical conditions but recently what we thought was a stomach virus has turned now into a constant fever. Been to the doctors at least 4 times in a week and have ruled out urinary infection and strep throat. Awaiting test for salmonella now but getting nervous this could be a serious matter. She has had a constant fever in the 101 to 102 range for at least 6 days. She complains she is hot and cannot breath when she wakes up. She is now on penicillian and taking Tylenol. What could this be? We really want to detect if there is a problem very early.Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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