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Child Normal Temperature Range
98.8 Degrees F: 98.8 degrees fahrenheit (or 37 degrees celsius) is the "textbook" normal temperature. However, individuals can have slightly lower or higher normal temperatures. Also, our body temperature naturally fluctuates throughout a 24-hour period (circadian rhythm). ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
What is comfortable: Kids have the same thermostats as we do. So wherever you are comfortable they will probably be fine. ...Read more
None: Both are approxmately 37 degrees centigrade or 98.4-6 fahrenheit. ...Read more
She ran temperature of 100 -102 through the night. Give her 1 teaspoon of Child Advil at 9pm. Another around 11:30pm. Checked her temperature around 5:15 am it was 102. Normally, her doctor Evenly William Neal, prescription for ibuprofen?
97.8°F to 99°F: The normal body temperature of an adult varies depending on gender, recent activity, food and fluid consumption, time of day, and, in women, the stage of the menstrual cycle. Normal body temperature can range from 97.8°F (36.5°C) to 99°F (37.2°C). ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Axillary temp: Axillary temp can be 1/2 to 1 degree lower than oral temp. ...Read more
From 97.6 to 100.3: Everyone's temperature runs from about 97.6 f to 100.3 f on any given day at any given time based on metabolic activity. 98.6 f is an average. Some people do run hotter or colder at baseline. ...Read more
Temperature: Body temperature depends on multiple factors -- the person, your age, what you've been doing, time of day, where you're measuring (under tongue, armpit, rectally, etc). Normal body temperature varies between 97 to 99 degrees f -- so without knowing about the factors mentioned above, i'm guessing your 99.1 degrees is probably normal. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Can be normal: The "normal" temperature (37 c) is really more of an average. Some people will routinely be higher, and some will routinely be lower. Also, temperature tends to be higher in the evening. ...Read more
My baby isn't wetting her dippers and has a low temperature and isn't eating normal. Her temperature is 96.2 degrees?
See included link.: The normal oral temperature in 98.6 degrees farenheit or 37 degrees centigrade. Rectal temperatures. Rectal temperatures are 0.5 (0.3 c) to 1 degree f (0.6 c)higher. Refer to the following link. http://www.webmd.com/parenting/rectal-ear-oral-and-axillary-temperature-comparison. ...Read more
What is a normal temperature in a baby? Also, is there such thing as too low temperature and what should I do if that is the case?
Depends: Depends on which thermometer you use- temperatures taken under the arm or in the ear tend to be lower than rectal temperatured, a normal rectal temperature is 98.6 plus or minus 1 degree. ( 97.6-99.6) subtract another degree if taking it under the arm. If your baby's temp is low, be sure he or she is dressed warmly enough. ...Read moreSee 6 more doctor answers
My core body temperature (taken orally) has ranged from 97.0 to 98.0. Is this normal? I used to always be 98.6 when yonger. 27 now.
Within normal: Don't worry, you are fine. Everyone has a range if the really took it correctly every day. ...Read more
6 year olds temperature at night reads in the 95 range all night seems comfortable though should I be alarmed? Its normal 97-98 during day time.
Is 37.1 temperature normal for the3 weeks old baby? And what is normal temperature like from what to what?
That is normal: Each measurement method has some accepted range of normal/error. See the chart for a rough guide. Anyhow, taking a baby temperature is often difficult and can produce significant variability. I suggest monitoring baby closely---as long as baby is eating, pooping/peeing/sleep normally, a bit of low/high tempt is not a big deal, especially after 2-3 months of age. Congrats. Good luck. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
98.6: 98.6 is the normal temperature for both adults and infants. Any temperature above this is technically hyperthermia. We don't usually worry about temperatures unless they are greater than 100.0. Children will often run low grade temperatures and is not usually anything to worry about, unless they are persistent, or associated with other symptoms. ...Read more
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