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    nancy2584 posted:
    My little boy has been running fever and went to er double ear infection he is on antibiotics benadryl ibephrofen for fever and his breathing is only getting worse should I take him back to er and he does updrafts for asthma
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    Amelia_WebMD_Staff responded:
    Nancy!

    I'm so sorry to hear about your son and do hope that you will call your doctor or take him to the ER if he is having trouble breathing.

    Please let us know how things are going and take care of your sweet son!
    Amelia


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