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Assalam o alaikum These are my son reports going to be 1 year on 25 May In Shaa Allah he has blisters in throat\mouth, admitted in Saifee hospital under treatment of antibiotics. Blood culture will take one week, can you please diagnose what's the problem?

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AOA
Your kid is having nutritional anaemia, most probably due to iron deficiency. Some times it is due to poor weaning and excessive use of milk or/and other causes of physiological anaemia of infancy.
Secondly, has infection currently.
Now your question of blisters in mouth. It may be due to excessive antibiotic use or immune system weakness (oral thrush/candidisis) or drug induced. Most probably your treating paediatrition will diagnose the cause and appropriate treatment/management will lead to recover the blister.
Prof. Dr. Muhammad Rafique

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Also consider the common viral problems like Herpetic stomatitis and Hand-foot-mouth disease.

9 months ago

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Thanks

9 months ago

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MBBS, FCPS(PEDIATRICS), MCPS(PEDIATRICS), FCPS(PEDIATRIC GASTROENTEROLOGY & HEPATOLOGY) | Lahore

PLZ GET
1. ANTI TISSUE TRANSGLUTAMINASE ANTIBODIES - IGA / IGG

START ZINC SULFATE SACHET 25 MG ONCE A DAY
ORA A DROPS 10 DAILY FOR 6 DAYS
SYP SURBEX TWICE A DAY FOR 3 MONTHS

WHY FEVER
FOR HOW LONG
ANY CHRONIC ISSUE

INFORMATION YOU GAVE ME IS INADEQUATE

REGARDS
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Giving syp Azomax Mixel Maltofer Vidaylin Tab. Folic acid

8 months ago

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MBBS, MRCPCH (UK), PG. Dip. | Lahore

Wa Alaikum us Salam

There are 2 issues in these report.

1- Infection markers like W.B.C and CRP are increased which indicate
infection and most likely doctors have already started appropriate
antibiotics as you mentioned in your query.

2- Your child blood test also indicate that Haemogloubin level is low
which in this age is mostly likely related to poor dietary Iron intake.
you need to look at his diet and he will also need iron supplements
along with dietary changes if needed. your pediatrician needs to look at
this once your child recover from acute infection.

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