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... n gave her some tylenol before the appointment, hoping to subside with the fever. but now that i'm reading online about immunizations, it says they shouldn't get fevers from it. is this true? ... (3 replies)
Rash
Apr 19, 2007
... We just had ds4 with 5th disease the poor thing had such high fevers then got pink eye real bad. But all is well now. ... (5 replies)
... The only I know about teething is pulling on the ear and fevers thats it. Is there more first time mom. ... (2 replies)

... do agree with keltokel that any child in daycare will ALWAYS be sick and there is nothing that can be done about unless they make a rule that all kids that have fevers can not be brought in unless they are free of fever for 24 hours. ... (21 replies)
... Ds runs fevers with teething, and they can last for a few days.........good luck! ... (5 replies)
... My 9 month old daughter, has had a cold for about 2 weeks now, its on and off, the whole family has had some sort of flu, or bronchitis, and shes now sick, on and off, with low grade fevers, last week she had a high fever which ended her up in the hospital, well the doctors told me that it was upper respritory infection. Well, they gave her some decongestant, and told me to... (2 replies)
... Hi Sweetea, I actually asked my doctor once if she was bothered when I called to ask questions. Now, she may have just been polite but she said that no, pediatricians expect to make a bunch of calls a day to parents who are on the fence about bringing their kids in. I think that they would rather talk for 5 minutes then use an entire appointment time. My son is the... (5 replies)
Questions about dd
Oct 22, 2006
... how it works there but if there is someone whom you may be able to call, I would. In the meantime, I would give her Tylenol or Ibuprofen for infants. My son's fevers were so hard to beat that we actually ahd to go on a regimen where he would be on the 2 medicines in staggered dosed to keep ahead of the spike. ... (2 replies)
Questions about dd
Oct 21, 2006
... then anyone else and if your gut tells you to get her checked out, then I would. I ALWAYS either call the pediatricion or bring my ds in if he has a fever. Yes, fevers are common with teething, but they also come with viruses. It would not hurt anything to get her looked at just to make sure. ... (2 replies)
... since then my DD has had craddle cap, eczema, rashes, pneumonia, fevers and now seperation anxiety since her DM went back to work. ... (10 replies)
... An ear infection is the first thought I had when I read your post. I know people say they can, but fevers for plain and simple teething really are very rare. Actually a baby doesn't even have to run a fever with an ear infection. I would have him checked for that. ... (9 replies)
Temperatures
Jul 24, 2006
... Fevers are very dangerous. It never hurts to call. I heard that you have to subtract 1 from rectal temps. Is this true? I have an ear thermometer. Never used it on her. (7 replies)
... Then he told me about a study that he's been following that seems to suggest that fevers are actually not a symptom of teething. ... (6 replies)
... every baby will react differently to shoots than others. My baby gets super cranky and sleepy when she has her shots. Some babies get fevers, some don't react in any way. it just depends on the baby. I think it is normal that your baby has been sleepy, that is just how he reacted. (7 replies)
... All three of our children were vaccinated on time and did fine, including our daughter who was a 33 weeker. We were advised each time to give tylenol about half an hour beforehand and it did seem to help. We had no problems with any of them other than some fussiness, sleepiness and slight fevers. I know there can be many adverse reactions, but I think they are very rare and... (10 replies)
What is too high?
May 11, 2006
... My four year old daughter has always ran high fevers. The first time she got sick she was about 1 and when I got her to the er it was 104. The nurse looked at me in shock and said This baby is sick. I wanted to say no *****, why do you think I'm in the er?? Well, it was an ear infection. Next time and every time since then when she gets sick it's HIGH. I still haven't gotten... (26 replies)
What is too high?
May 10, 2006
... ASY KILLER! A fever of 104 does NOT require a trip to the emergency room, IF it is brought down by tylenol and doesn't last more than 24 hours. Babies spike high fevers ALL THE TIME!!! ... (26 replies)
... Cool baths will help and try switching and using the motrin at night. It breaks fevers better and last 8 hours. ... (26 replies)
... Congestion and teething can cause ear infections which can cause fevers...I'd go in again and get that ruled out just to be safe. But keep using the Tylenol to bring the fever down...I know once DD had a fever and Tylenol brought it down a bit but not much so I took her in and they gave her Advil and her temp came down so if Tylenol isn't working maybe try some infant Advil.... (7 replies)
... I am a first time - so what do I know??? I can only tell ya what my pediatrician told me - teething does NOT bring on fevers..... that is what he said... ???? I always thought it did - .... (7 replies)




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