Similar Questions with Answers
Question: Yesterday I put 6th week vaccinations for my baby ....I am Giving paracetamol drops for every 6 hours ... He has got fever .. How can I reduce it
Answer: Hello ma
You can reduce in every 4 hours. Don't be worry that... It will be in only for 2 days fever.. Automatically cured.... The medicine is process so that fever will occur and this is good for health.. Don't be afraid.. Here after when the fever came means give that medicine for every 4 hours..
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Question: Hello doctor my baby got vaccination yesterday and he's having fever since morning. I have given him crocin drops. Can I use fan in his room?
Answer: Yes you can use fan as it circulates air in the room. Make sure you dont make the baby sleep under the fan directly.
Question: My baby got his first vaccination and he has got fever two times i hv given med bt still he has fver what to do??
Answer: hi ma'am don't worry the babies will get fever after taking vaccination so you don't need to worry or no need to panic please continue giving medicines for every 6 hours or 4 hours once as advised by doctor the fever will be alright in 3 days so you don't need to worry you don't need to consult doctor again please feed your baby often and make a baby to urinate much because when baby urinate much the fever will reduce
Question: My baby is 4 months old and got cold but no fever can i put crocin drops
Answer: Hi dear,
Cold in babies
Cold in babies is very common ,as the immunity right now stays week.keep breastfeeding to develop stronger immunity.give steam to baby,by keeping the steamer or boiled pot of water Inna closed room.you can also put few drops of eucalyptus oil in it.pump out the nasal mucous using nasal pump.use baby nasal saline spray in each nasal cavity.this will unblock the nose.massage baby feet,palm and chest with warm mustard oil.garlic and ajwain fumes can clear the congetion too.never give paracetamol during cold and no fever.it could harm the liver.