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[Summary]Fever in children FEVER OVERVIEW Fever is a normal response to a variety of conditions, the most common of which is infection. Fever occurs when the body's temperature is elevated as a result of the body's thermostat being reset to a higher-than-usua


Fever in children


Fever is a normal response to a variety of conditions, the most common of which is infection. Fever occurs when the body's temperature is elevated as a result of the body's thermostat being reset to a higher-than-usual temperature.

Nearly every child will develop a fever at some point. The challenge for parents is to know when to be concerned. This topic review will discuss the definition of a fever, how to accurately measure a child's temperature, how and when to treat fever, and signs and symptoms that require further evaluation.

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103 temperature in children

Find out how to tell if your toddler's temperature is a fever, how to treat a toddler fever, and when to call the doctor about a high fever or other symptoms.

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How can I tell whether my child has a fever?

Kiss or touch your child's forehead. If you think he feels hotter than normal, you're probably right.

A fever is usually a sign that the body is waging a war against infection. Taking your child's temperature can confirm your suspicions and help you and your child's doctor figure out the best way to get your child back on the road to health.

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Normal body temperature may change during any given day. It is usually highest in the evening. Other factors that may affect body temperature are:

A woman's menstrual cycle. In the second part of this cycle, her temperature may go up by 1 degree or more.

Physical activity, strong emotion, eating, heavy clothing, medicines, high room temperature, and high humidity can all increase body temperature.

Fevers: When to worry and when to let it take its course

Fevers in children can be scary. Fevers in a child signals to us that a battle might be going on, but the fever is fighting for the child, not against.

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