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helpless dad sos - high fever in my 4.5 year old child

My child is 4.5 years old and yesterday he started complaining of going to stool frequently. The stools were hard and with a little mucus on them. Podophyllum 200 single dose was given.

Yesterday night onwards he started having fever
2400HRS -101.7 (Gels 200 6 pills given)
0100HRS -101.2
0600HRS - 99.7
1315HRS - 101.2
1415HRS - 103.0 (Belladonna 200 given)
1700HRS - 100.4
1900HRS - 100.6
2030HRS - 102.6

and since 2130 hrs till now 2353 hrs. he is running 103 F (in the arm pit). I had given him cold sponging. First I gave him Feverin (combination for fever), since it did not have any effect, Gave Rhustox 200 and followed it up with another dose of Rhustox. My homeopath is out of calling area and I do have some stocks of medicines.

Please help
 
  rkdevar on 2009-08-19
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
Please contact qualified professional immediately.

You have resorted to unnecessary and too much drugging already.

Gels is dull and droopy without any thirst.

Rhus will be restless and chilly.

Bell is red, burning and suddent onset.

Given symptoms are not enough to select a remedy at this stage.
 
srisri last decade
If you are in the UK, you could try the Homeopathic Helpline on 0906 534 3404. It is expensive about £1.50 per minute. but I have used them in the past and they are very good. You will need to give ALL symptoms.

Best wishes
 
EveningStar last decade

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