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any number of things....give him/her paracetamol and take him/her to the doctor
Doesn't matter what we think, get your child into the doctor!
Children are not adults and there system can not handle high fevers.
well for staters he could have whatever is going around so you should do is give him some childrens motrin. take his temp and call the dr. you can even reach the dr on call.
It could be a virus, you should see a doctor if it's high, they had to give my 8 month old a I.V. and he was better after that, but got a briuse on his arm from the needle......
Anytime a child or adult has a fever, it's an indication that the body is fighting off some type of infection, virus, etc. You must take the child to see the doctor (especially since very young children are still developing their immune systems). Don't give the child anything for the fever unless a doctor tells you to. Take the child to the doc asap. It's better if he/she says the child has a small cold than to wait too long and receive worse news.
cold/ flu/ head cold sorry to hear it i know how it is i have 2yr . you can always go to webmd.com good luck
I always check the temp if it is real high take them to the doctor quick 103. but if it is low give the child a bath in Luke warm water to try and bring down the fever, it also works if it is high , but always call the doc to see if the child is needed to be seen, also ask the child if he hit his head,has a sore throat. the things that could help you feel Little better. if it was a hit on the head and he has a bump. a head trauma could also cause the same, fever ,head ache
Take her to the hospital, hope she gets better.
flu possibly, if it gets really bad(like the fever gets way high or her energy drops to pass out/faint)take her to the hospital.
Caught the cold? take him/her to the doctor asap to see for any problems
they could have the flu. Check their temp with a thermomter and make sure it isn't too high. If it is over 100 I'd call your dr. and ask. From my experience I've noticed that motrin works very well.
If he/she has purple spots on their chest take them immediately to the E.R.
Flu. It is flu season.
Please don't try to get a diagnosis online without a physical exam and without diagnostics and without a doctor. It can't be done.
Treat his symptoms and if you don't see significant improvement within 3 or 4 days or if you see a worsening in less time than that, take him to his pediatrician.