My daughter was diagnosed with Alopecia areata 2 months ago just recently the bold spots that looked like the size of a quarter are becoming bigger and bigger and its only in the back . I took her into the emergency room 4 days ago due to her high fever at 105 104 and she’s been having a recurrent fever every other day our the whole day just observing her.
I’ve been with 3 different pediatricians and none if them can answer me why? Where do I have to go to get answers? ; Who do I have go with? Is it an internal capability? Why the fever? Why the Vomiting? I just need to have some kind of answer
I understand that you have a sick daughter who needs medical attention, but I am a hair transplant surgeon. Alopecia areata is not likely related to your daughter’s overall problem, which sounds serious. Vomiting is related to possible treatments that she might’ve been given for the alopecia areata, but I have no idea if she was treated with anything.
A good internist or pediatrician (if she is under 16 years old) is the doctor you might consider consulting. The doctors you have seen may not have a definitive diagnosis, but they should be able to assess and treat your daughter and answer your immediate questions.