I would like to know which conditions require antibiotics for children with hot and windy colds, tonsillitis, etc.?How can I tell if I need to take antibiotics after I have a cold without having a blood test?Can the misuse of antibiotics be extremely harmful to children's health?
In most cases, antibiotics are not needed for wind-cold and wind-heat colds, but if the child has a significant fever and the fever is severe, there is a possibility that the child has a bacterial infection, and antibiotics can be given to the child in this case.But sometimes the symptoms are not completely certain, so it is best to have a blood test after your child is sick.
If your baby's cold is caused by a viral infection, it is not advisable to give your baby antibiotics. If it is caused by a bacterial infection, then you can give your child antibiotics, but misuse of antibiotics can lead to low immune function in your baby, which can lead to repeated low fevers.
If your baby has a cold, you can observe the changes in your baby's condition to determine whether to use antibiotics or not. If you have a cough and tonsillitis, you can use antibiotics to treat it, but if you just sneeze and have a runny nose and a high temperature, you can temporarily not use antibiotics because antibiotic abuse can easily cause drug resistance.