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... All 4 of mine had temps when teething. Since your baby is 6 months, you can double up and do Motrin, then 2 hours later, Tylenol, check if your Dr. if you would feel better before you do this. ... (7 replies)
... My son Paul was born in Jan. 1998 Paul was almost 5 when the new pneumoccoccal vaccine became available and I did discuss it with his Dr. ... (8 replies)
... We also use the carseat in our house when baby has a cold. I have to say also that I understand that we do not want to laden our babies with chemicals but they can be miserable with a fever. ... (6 replies)

... chool. Everyone who had contact with Paul had to be tested and treated with the correct antibiotic. We were amazed how many of the people tested had the bacteria in their throats, noses or ears including myself. Why in Paul the bacteria spread to his blood stream we will never know. ... (8 replies)
... My daughter Ava is almost 10 months old. She does not attend daycare or anything. She was sick with high fever for about 6 days this past week. I took her to the Dr. on the first day of her fever and her ears, throat and lungs were all clear. Dr. ... (1 replies)
... It got insane at work with Christmas season, and I actually hadn't logged in since November 6th!! I guess I have a ton of reading back to do... ... (466 replies)
... Thanks you made me feel so much better about the weight. The nurse said I should get him weighed in 2 weeks to make sure he started gaining again but she figures its a combination of him being SOO active and the fact that he was sick twice over the last month. ... (132 replies)
... Sophia's good, though she's battling a fever right now. She's 23 lbs and 30 inches. Just started crawling about 2 weeks ago and is now trying to pull up on things. ... (6 replies)
... usually they don't consider it a fever until it goes to 100.4 in babies, 100.2 in adults. I wouldnt' worry about 99.6, babies temps flucuate alot, because they can't regulate their body temps as easily as we can. Anyway, sounds like teething to me also. ... (6 replies)
Late Breast Milk
Jun 14, 2006
... If you honestly suspect a problem with insufficient glandular tissue, then ask for a referral to a doctor who specializes in such a problem. You can get one from your OB. ... (7 replies)




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