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    9 months baby,runny nose, gunky eye,fever
    An_251559 posted:
    My 9 months baby has a stuffy runny nose and a high fever since three days and today her eye started to discharge a yellow substance.
    I work in a third word country and the doctors here are not very good, he was a GP and he said she has an flo, her fever is high from 3 days ago I gave her Adol 125 every 6 hours but the fever comes back after an hour from the medication. I also noticed a very small ball at the back of her head under skin, should I be worried? should I give her the antibiotics the doctor gave me?
    scperdomo7 responded:
    If the doctor gave you antibiotics, then yes, I would probably go ahead with that.

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