Problem description: A 5-year-old child has a fever of 39.2, a sore throat, a slight cough, sputum, and runny nose. I have a history of mesenteric lymphadenitis, and now my stomach hurts, and it hurts even more when I burn. Usually the stool is dry and hard, and vegetables and fruits are also eaten normally. What medicine should be taken?
Question date:2021-01-03
Patient information:Age: 5 years old Gender: Female
Question analysis: Hello, if there is redness and swelling in the throat, it may be caused by inflammation. The consideration of abdominal intestinal lymph nodes is caused by not paying attention to diet, such as cold food.
Guide suggestion: It is recommended to give children oral anti-inflammatory drugs, heat-clearing and detoxifying drugs, and children’s cough and phlegm granules. You can use a hot water bottle to warm your abdomen, eat more warm food, and take anti-inflammatory drugs by mouth if your symptoms are severe. If you have a runny nose, you can take children’s paracetamol Huang Namin Granules orally. It is recommended to drink plenty of water and use urine to expel toxins.
Recommendations are for reference only. If the problem is serious, please go to the hospital for detailed examination