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Results 1 - 10 of 245 for Persistent fever
  1. ... call the provider if your child has a persistent fever or other signs of infection.
  2. ... weight loss Shortness of breath, shaking chills, or persistent fevers Signs of pneumonia along with a weak immune ...
  3. ... have NHL, contact your provider if you experience persistent fever or other signs of infection.
  4. ... you have signs of infection, such as a persistent fever , cough , or general ill feeling .
  5. ... Breathing problems Trouble swallowing Pain in the chest Persistent fever Symptoms that get worse
  6. ... cellulitis and you develop new symptoms, such as persistent fever, drowsiness, lethargy , blistering over the cellulitis, or red ...
  7. ... separated sutures ) Increased head circumference Low energy ( lethargy ) Persistent fever Seizures Vomiting Weakness or loss of movement on ...
  8. ... develop, mainly cough, chest pain, weight loss, or persistent fevers.
  9. ... right away if your child develops these symptoms: Persistent fever Easy bruising Shortness of breath Viral infection that ...
  10. ... has blood or mucus in the stool, a persistent fever, or stomach pain. Children can avoid getting diarrhea ...
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