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Fever bark contains chemicals that can lower blood pressure.
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If the fever is not causing the child to be uncomfortable, the fever need not be treated. It is not necessary to awaken the child to treat a fever...
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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
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The fever can be quite high. The fever averages 103.5F (39.7C), but it can go up as high as 106F (41.2C).
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A fever is the body's way of fighting-off illness and infections. The normal adult temperature has been programed into our minds as being 98.6...
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You do not have to treat a fever, especially one this low. Fever is the body's normal response to fighting off an infection or inflammation. It...
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Generally, if the fever does not cause discomfort, the fever itself need not be treated. It is not necessary to awaken an adult or child to treat a...
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Digital thermometers can be used to measure rectal, oral, or axillary (under the armpit) temperatures. The American Academy of Pediatrics does not...
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Yes , I think anytime you have  a fever for a couple of days you should see a doctor.  The body is fighting something when there is a fever...
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Fever is the body’s natural response to fighting off infection or inflammation. Fever is most prevalent as a response in the younger crowd. The older...
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Yes. Fever is the body's natural response to fighting off an infection.
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Fever refers to an elevation in body temperature. Technically, any body temperature above the normal oral measurement of 98.6 F (37 C) or the normal...
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A few problems with your story... 1. Fever is harmless; both the 103 and the 100. It is unlikely that an experienced physician would do anything...
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Fever bark is the bark of a tree. A tea made from the bark is used as medicine.
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The appropriate dose of fever bark depends on several factors such as the user's age, health, and several other conditions. At this time there is not...