First two days of illness, we just monitor the baby’s health condition; feed some vitamin-C 500 mg capsule, to drink extracted Tawa-Tawa juice, herbal juice from 5 herbs, and the prescription of an oral medication as prescribed by the physician, because the initial finding results are either the baby suffers Measles or a Makahiya Disease.
The Pedia Doctor advises us to bring back the baby after two days if the condition is getting worst.
When we reached home, those advises from our neighbors is the baby suffers a Kibit and needed to find an appropriate Massage “Hilot” or Quack Doctor in order to cure the Kibit or the baby’s suffering from a broken bone on parts that only those Quack Doctors who knows where to find it.
Some rashes appear visually on some parts of the baby’s skin, thought that using an Oil Latum soap can eliminate the problem, just what I did before, but the rashes won’t fade, and the fever reading from my standard mercury old type thermometer read results getting more higher and higher for every 30 minutes of monitoring.
4 days of suffering a 39 degrees centigrade high fever, even without runny nose, but in the third day, the baby suffers a slight cough.
On that 3rd day also, when the baby vomit, there you’ll see some traces of a dark brown colored blood but it’s our fault because we disregard it.
On the 4th day, the fever subsides to 38.7 degrees centigrade (more or less) and its getting lower bit by bit, until a feeling of a hope recovery.
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We visit to a Pedia Doctor on that noon time, and the only advice to us is to bring or to admit the baby in a near hospital; Home Medication is not advisable and not a guarantee.
On that late afternoon, at around Five o’clock PM, the baby vomits that contains half teaspoon dark brown blood to the bed sheet.
According to the advices that I read on internet web pages, then it triggers us to bring immediately the baby to the nearest hospital because not only vomit blood but suffers a difficulty on breathing, a noisy sound on back due to phlegm on lungs.