21 month old with fever, rashMy 21 month old daughter started with a fever last night before bed. It got up to about 103 F last night. I have tried Bell and elderberry syrup as well as Tylenol. Nothing is really seeming to get rid of it. I think the Tylenol may have temporarily taken it down.
At about 4:00 am she vomited a bit--it was hard to tell if it was cough or vomit for a while, but it was a yellowish green, mucus that she threw up. She has had gas on her stomach alot during the night and today.
After she vomited, she seemed to have a lot of mucus in her nose and perhaps in her throat. Her nose is not running.
She was also very thirsty at 4:00 am and this morning on waking.
I just gave her a bath and it helped a bit--about a half a degree.
She has a small rash over most of her body. It may be slightly raised, although that may have been from being cold out of the bath. The rash is small pinprick type marks.
She played happily this morning on waking, but was not hungry at breakfast.
Then she turned a bit upset and cried and also didn't like the bath very well.
I am thinking of switching to pulsatilla but want an opinion before trying anymore remedies.
lmhoopes on 2006-01-08
She has had a diaper rash for a couple of days. Now it seems that rather than hurting, it may itch because she is pulling at her diaper and wanting to rub it when I change her. She doesn't seem to be in a lot of pain, so I'm thinking it is itchy.
I did end up giving her pulsatilla this afternoon. She did get a little cooler for a while but it has always come back up. She has had three doses now, every 2 to 3 hours.
The rash on her stomach and back seems to have improved but is still there.
She did eat a little more after the pulsatilla also.
lmhoopes last decade
Now I think it is a yeast infection. She has had them before. And it is starting to look like before with a little swelling on the vagina. Would Sulphur still be the choice?
lmhoopes last decade
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