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Viral pharyngobuccal inflammation leads to high fever and convulsion

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The day before yesterday, I had a fever. I went to the county hospital to check for cigarette, cheek smoke and tonsil inflammation. After I prescribed the medicine, I had convulsions, and then I was sent to the hospital. It took about 15 minutes on the road! Go to the hospital for emergency treatment, inject drugs (which should be specially used for convulsions) and the convulsions will be relieved after about 20 minutes, and return to normal after an hour! Fever started again at 2:00 a.m. yesterday. The doctor on duty prescribed ibuprofen suspension and drank 4ml. After 3:00, the body temperature slowly recovered. He lost cephalosporin in the morning... Blood was taken at 3:00 p.m. yesterday, and the results came out today! Alkaline phosphatase is nearly 5000, reducing carbon by 3.39 Mycoplasma pneumoniae positive... Report as follows! All aspects of the baby's eating spirit are normal today! The doctor is off work now. I'm very anxious about this examination report! Do you have any answers for me? thank you

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