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Wat can u give ur 4mnth old for fever?

Wat can u give ur 4mnth old for fever?

First,find out the : Cause of fever. Then, tylenol (acetaminophen) with a dose 10-15 mg/kg can help. ...Read more

Dr. Mark Diamond
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Fever (Definition)

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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What can I give my 6week old baby for pain and fever?

What can I give my 6week old baby for pain and fever?

A trip to the doc: Any kid at that age with a documented fever of 100.4 f or more should be evaluated by a doctor within hours. Only after evaluation should any attempts at management be considered. ...Read more

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Why we cannot give antipyratic i/v drugs during high grad fever?

Why we cannot give antipyratic i/v drugs during high grad fever?

Why iv?: if someone has high grade fever (103 or above), why wouldn't oral or rectal medication work? IV medication is an option but can be an expensive and sometimes difficult to access unless someone is in a hospital. ...Read more

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10 month baby has 101.1 fever. Should I give 1ml of fepanil-250 or 1ml of babygesic drops?

10 month baby has 101.1 fever. Should I give 1ml of fepanil-250 or 1ml of babygesic drops?

Weight?: How much does your baby weigh? Do the directions not give you the dose? Ask again. These are both the same compound, paracetamol (acetaminophen). Tell us her weight, or follow the directions on the container. Give one or the other, not both. ...Read more

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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?

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?

Fever: Fever is part of the body's response to an insult, often from infection. I am unaware of any healthy way to "get it back", and would not advise any attempt. ...Read more

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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. ?

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 more

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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?

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

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Will a heat wave give me a fever?

Will a heat wave give me a fever?

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 more

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Would a pinched nerve give you a fever?

Would a pinched nerve give you a fever?

Fever: It would be very unlikely for a simple nerve compression to produce fever. Something else may be going on. ...Read more