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My oldest son got the flu and ran a fever of 102.7 accompanied with some vomiting. My youngest son started running a fever about a day after my...
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The most likely culprit is a viral infection. Fever and/or chills are quite common in children for the first three days of a viral illness. At her...
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I have no way of accurately diagnosing your child over the Internet -- this would require a hands-on examination. However, based solely on the...
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Fever is the body's response to inflammation or infection. Amoxicillin is only effective for a BACTERIAL infection (like Strep). It is absolutely...
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That is really not a fever. Temperatures can vary up to two degrees from morning (the lowest temperature) to evening (the highest temperature). I...
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A fever is the body's NORMAL response to fighting off a pathogen (virus, bacteria), or respond to inflammation. There can be HUNDREDS of reasons...
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My son went through this same thing when he was younger, the doctor ran all sorts of tests and did the IV antibiotics and no change. If your daughter...
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My normal temp is 97.4, and I have always considered that I have "more" of a fever at, say, 102.2, than a person whose temperature tends to...
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Call your doctor right away, even if it is after hours. Fever (a temperature of 100.4ºF or higher for more than 1 hour, or a one-time temperature of...
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When you check in tell them that your doctor told you to come to the emergency room since a fever is an emergency when receiving chemotherapy. This...
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Major Interaction - Do not take this combination Medications used during surgery (Anesthesia) interacts with Fever Bark Fever bark contains a...
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To answer your question directly, I would not take more than the maximum daily recommended dose of any product containing acetaminophen for more than...
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Fevers are common in young babies and can usually be easily resolved with proper medical diagnosis of their cause and appropriate treatment...
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This is a difficult question to answer because you don't mention what your daughter's age is -- and it makes a big difference.If your...
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Hi Sorry but if that was my child, now would be the time for a doctor call, the fever could something that needs attention now.Good Luck