A 29-year-old female asked:
Can seasonal allergies cause low grade fever in children? specifically: tree pollen, sneezy, snotty runny nose, and a 99.4 temp.
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Pediatrics 43 years experience
Remember: 99.4 is not a fever. Anything above 100.4 degrees f is considered a fever. Allergies don't normally cause fevers unless there is overlapping viral or bacterial illness , then it would
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