At the end of May, I had a high fever for the first time, and after a week of medication, I had a fever of 7.56 for mycoplasma and pus in my tonsils.The hospital gave me an intravenous drip for 5 days, cephalosporin plus antiviral treatment, and checked mycoplasma 1.3. 5 days after I was discharged from the hospital, I had a fever and pus in my tonsils. 8 days after I took the medication, I started to have a fever this morning, and my tonsils were red and swollen with pus, and mycoplasma 5.3.I'm not sure what's going on here, but I've also had a strep throat test of 0.5, so what's causing the tonsils to pus repeatedly?
Some children with Mycoplasma pneumoniae antibodies will not come down for two or three months, need to be combined with the child's blood routine, if the white blood cells, neutrophils and c-reactive protein are high, consider or bacterial infection, purulent tonsillitis, viral and bacterial infections are more common, and the child has a fire, low immunity is related.
This situation and secondary bacterial and mycoplasma infections, if the effect of treatment is not very obvious, give him a drug sensitivity test, selected a drug sensitive to this bacteria for treatment, so the effect will be better, with mycoplasma infection, you can use some azithromycin on
The child in this case may be hot weather, drink less water, frequent tonsillar pus caused by, if it is caused by mycoplasma infection, generally need 2 ~ 3 courses of treatment, so that even if the baby is normal after the need to continue to eat on azithromycin at the same time pay attention to drink more water.