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    reacurring low grade fever
    BrandyRise13 posted:
    8 year old boy recurring low grade fever for 1 1/2 months no other symptoms took him to the doctor, they run a step test did chest x-rays and blood work. they called back said he has had strep he took antibiotics and finished them but still running fever? he has asthma and low IgA levels.fever runs from 99 -100. he has missed a lot of school do to this and i don't know what to do. he does get wiped out and just wants to rest when this is going on. his teacher sent him home last week because he was pale and wiped out no fever, later that night the fever started again.

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