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... We found a new doctor, who said absolutely he believed it could be caused by teething and then gave the same advice about fevers as your doctor did, Accutane2X. ... (4 replies)
... A lot of doctors still insist that teething and fevers are strictly coincidence. ... (4 replies)
... Yes, I have considered teething to be the cause of the fevers, but I've been told over and over by all three drs at my ped. office that teething does not cause fevers that high. They are not saying teething can't raise the temp, just not up to 103. ... (4 replies)

... I'm at wits end. My daughter has had reoccurring fevers since 4 mos. old. When I take her to our family doctor he finds nothing. ... (4 replies)
... both my girls ran fevers with every tooth they cut! ... (3 replies)
... no signs of teeth at 7 months. However, my best friends little girl has two teeth on the bottom and two more coming in on the top. She definitely ran low grade fevers when the bottom two were coming through. ... (3 replies)
... Hi, I'm right there with you. My daughter is constantly sick. She started daycare at 6 Months old & got her first cold a few weeks later. At 7 Months she developed a fever and was very whiney. The next morning it was 105 and we went to the ER. They ran test after test and started her on an IV. We were there all day. They sent us home with Motrin and basically said,... (4 replies)
... drooling and wanting to chew on everything in sight. No teeth yet although I can feel one coming on the bottom. I know they say fevers have nothing to do with teething, but she had a mild fever 2 weeks ago of 99.7, and another one tonight, 99.7 again. ... (3 replies)
... Sometimes he has a rash, sometimes he doesn't. He is fine except when running the fevers. During the fevers he is more fussy, tired, and has absolutely no appetite. Also I have been told before his lymph nodes are slightly swollen. ... (2 replies)
Jul 24, 2006
... I think 100.4 is a little extreme though. Maybe 104 is too high but 100.4 is only a degree and a bit higher than normal. Also, fevers are actually a good thing in kids because it means their bodies are fighting off an infection or virus. ... (7 replies)
... has had a petechial rash for over three weeks now.when it first appeared he also had high fevers and I took him to Hospital where he had a CBC done and the only thing out of range was a slightly raised CRP. ... (0 replies)
Febrile Seizure
May 29, 2009
... Doctors like to prevent it from happening, which is why they say when kids start running fevers its important to get them down. But they said it rarely does damage. I think it depends on how long the seizure lasts and if it really is a febrile. ... (2 replies)
... em and your fight is just not as strong. I know that the fever can be scary, but as mcr wrote, it is how she is handeling it. Children are much more resillent to fevers than adults. ... (7 replies)
... I don't know what to say about the fevers but the I understand the constantly being sick thing. My DD and DS have passed it back and forth since Christmas, I am ready to scream. ... (7 replies)
... Well, my baby was never diagnosed with a milk protein allergy. All we know is that until he was put on Nutramigen EVERYTHING he ate went in his mouth and within an hour came back up out his nose. I'm talking EVERY drop. He was on breastmilk fortified w/ formula for extra calories and even the small amount of formula in the milk was enough to do it. (Literally, a t. in 3... (19 replies)
... Another thing to consider is that Nutramigen is known for causing horrible diaper rash in infants. Doctors dismiss this fact the same way they dismiss fevers with teething. ... (19 replies)
... T versus DPaT vaccine, we always ran fevers and got sick with sinus infections after vaccinations. So keep an eye on the fever, while they shouldn't get what they are vaccinated for.. ... (3 replies)
... Well my sons were horrible. He proved allergic to the same vaccine as me. DPaT. He had severely high fevers and seizures as a result of the vaccines. I recommend a rotational vaccination schedule. ... (9 replies)
What is too high?
May 10, 2006
... I don't really worry about high fevers. If it went over 104 then I would take him in. Kids get higher fevers than we do. ... (26 replies)
... i was told to give tyenol at least 1 hour before arriving for the shots. each time he got a shot he had fevers and cranky but it only lasted a day. i was told to continue giving him tylenol every 4 hours if there are fevers... which we did. ... (8 replies)

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