PFAPA syndrome is usually seen between the ages of 2-6. The children are on fire every 1 month. Fire's in the '40s. Antipyretics and antibiotics cannot be effective. They usually have 8-12 attacks per year. Other than fever, tonsils swelling, oral aphthae (sometimes overlooked) adenoid (nasal flesh) swelling and swelling of the neck glands may occur. Rarely, symptoms such as abdominal pain, headache and joint pain can sometimes be confused with familial Mediterranean fever. Usually blood tests and throat cultures give normal results. The reason is not fully understood. Prednisone (cortisone) can be effective in the treatment. He can get an attack to end immediately. However, there is also evidence that it increases the frequency of attacks. In some children, the removal of tonsils is definite. Generally, the frequency of attacks decreases with age and goes away spontaneously in 4-8 years. It does not leave long-term damage. It is something to be considered in children who have fever and throat inflammation every month.