A 16 month old baby was vaccinated against chickenpox five days ago. My nose is stuffy and I have a cough these two days. Please ask the doctor to see the blood routine
According to the blood routine report you provided, only C-reactive protein is high, indicating that there may be mild bacterial infection, and the problem is not particularly serious. Cough and stuffy nose, mild cold symptoms cannot be ruled out, and a large amount of water is needed. Keep warm. If there are other changes in the condition, it is recommended to see a doctor in the hospital.
According to your current description, it may be the symptoms of nasal congestion and cough caused by acute upper respiratory tract infection. In the picture, the decrease of leukocyte in blood routine examination is slightly lower than the normal value, and the increase of C-reactive protein is considered to be caused by acute inflammatory stimulation. You can use nasal spray hormone and normal saline to flush the nasal cavity, try to improve the nasal ventilation function, eat light, drink plenty of water, and pay attention to rest to avoid fatigue. If you have other cold symptoms, you can treat them symptomatically.
Hello, if this happens to children, it may only be caused by general upper respiratory tract infection. Most cases belong to viral infection, and the white blood cells may be slightly low. We must pay attention to the child's temperature. At present, we can consider using Pediatric Paracetamol and amantadine granules for treatment.