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Can being outside in the heat make a fever return in a baby?
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Dr. Martin Raff
Internal Medicine - Infectious Disease
In brief: Not unless dehydrate
External environmental temperatures will not generally elevate body temperatures unless you become dehydrated.
If a baby has a fever it is almost always the result of some infection, most often viral, gut if they have other symptoms, see a pediatrician or family doctor.

In brief: Not unless dehydrate
External environmental temperatures will not generally elevate body temperatures unless you become dehydrated.
If a baby has a fever it is almost always the result of some infection, most often viral, gut if they have other symptoms, see a pediatrician or family doctor.
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