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Can severe cold or 99-100 degree fever harm my baby as I m 14 week pregnant

Can severe cold or 99-100 degree fever harm my baby as I m 14 week pregnant

No: That is not a high enough temperature to cause harm to your baby. Get plenty of rest and fluids and let your cold run its' course. Higher fever like 101, or other concerning symptoms warrant a visit to your OB. Don't forget to get a flu shot when available? ...Read more

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If you're pregnant or planning to get pregnant, there are many things you can do to give your baby a healthy start: Regular prenatal visits along with laboratory testing, ultrasounds, prenatal vitamins and immunizations (like the flu shot and whopping cough booster). Now's the time to eat healthy, stay hydrated, and ...Read more


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38 weeks pregnant with a 100 degree fever and lots of diarrhea. I'm also 2cm dilated and 50% thinned out. Should I be worried?

38 weeks pregnant with a 100 degree fever and lots of diarrhea. I'm also 2cm dilated and 50% thinned out. Should I be worried?

See doctor: It is probably a GI bug, but you need to be sure. At 38 weeks, a fever can be a sign of something serious that could effect the baby. Additionally, diarrhea can cause dehydration that can result in preterm labor and/or other problems. At this stage of pregnancy, it always better to be checked. Better safe than sorry. Good luck! Hope you fell better. ...Read more

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Im 15 weeks pregnant with 100.9 degrees temperature. Is this a fever or normal temprature for pregos?

Im 15 weeks pregnant with 100.9 degrees temperature. Is this a fever or normal temprature for pregos?

A Fever: Do you have any other symptoms? You might want to get checked out by your obstetrician . At least you are past the first trimester! ...Read more

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I'm 9 weeks pregnant and I have a fever of 100 degrees f. I also feel really sick and weak. Should i go to the er?

I'm 9 weeks pregnant and I have a fever of 100 degrees f. I also feel really sick and weak. Should i go to the er?

You are not dying: No. You should not go to the er. You should try to stay hydrated and get your fever down. If you cannot do this well then you call and have your OB paged first. ...Read more

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7 weeks 5 days pregnant... Keep running low grade fevers. Highest 103, now running around 100-101 daily. What could cause this?

7 weeks 5 days pregnant... Keep running low grade fevers. Highest 103, now running around 100-101 daily. What could cause this?

Fever of 103 F. ?: There are many infections which can raise the temperature to 103, but such is not a "low grade" fever, and requires medical examination. Influenza is a common cause, and your healthcare provider can do appropriate testing. See him/her as soon as possible. ...Read more

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Is it bad to have a 100 fever while pregnant?

Is it bad to have a 100 fever while pregnant?

Fever: That depends what is causing it. If it becomes persistent rather than a single episode would consult with your obstetrician, but it is likely that this will vanish quickly. Good luck. ...Read more

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Fever is the temporary increase in the body's temperature in response to some disease or illness. A child has a fever when the temperature is at or above one of ...Read more


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