Hallucinations usually occcur in children only when they have an exceptionally high fever of 39 or 40 degrees. Sometimes the hallucinations can be aggravated or even started by certain medicines especially those containing pseudoephedrine. Pseudoephedrine is found in many cold medicines which are given to children.These hallucinations are unlikely to recur especially if only safe medicines are used to treat a fever such as Panado or Calpol and care is taken to avoid all cold medicines which may contain pseudoephedrine.
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