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How To Give Yourself A Fever Overnite
You need help: Immediately. Do not put it off. Seek medical attention now. ...Read more
I had a fever yesterday and I want to know how to get it back. How do you give your self a fever in a quick amount of time?
My 9 yeear old son has had a fevedr since yesterday 101 and 100.4, we have been giving him medicine to reduce the fever and it has not helped. ?
Fever is ok: Fevers are ok and are not dangerous to children. Its ok to treat the discomfort (chills, aches, etc) from a fever with tylenol (acetaminophen) or Motrin but you do not need to treat the fever itself. Fever is actually one of body's mechanisms for fighting off the infection. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
My 2 years son have fever for one week without any other symptoms at all , his tepm reach 40.3 and its come down directly after give him fever medicin?
Doctor Visit: It is not normal for a child to have a temperature over 38 for more than 2-3 days. A child with persisting fever should be evaluated to find a source for the fever. Possible causes would include an ear infection, sinus disease, streptococcus in the throat or a bladder infection. A doctor visit can often determine the source of the problem. ...Read more
Hyperthermia: A heat wave can cause hyperthermia, an increase in core body temperature. This is sometimes called heat stroke and is a potentially life-threatening emergency and must be treated immediately by reducing your core body temp. A fever is a physiologic response to infection that originates inside the brain's "thermostat." a fever is a natural response and often requires no treatment at all. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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