|would you take your child to the emergency|
|wait and see if the fever breaks on its own|
Quoting marrie:“ That's not so high for an 11 month old. I wouldn't worry! My toddler had a fever of 104 for 3 days and ... [snip!] ... for 3 days and the doc wasn't worried...Just keep giving tylenol and ibuprofren and wait it out, and see what your doc says.”Oh wow! that helps alot, thanks!
Quoting K.J.:“ I think he's going to be just fine. Children can candle higher fevers than adults. He probably is either teething or has some kind of virus. I would just wait.”
Quoting mommienbabie:“ My son is almost 11 months old, i woke up this morning and felt like something was burning me, it was ... [snip!] ... around 3 and give me a call back as soon as possible, but idk what i should do in the mean time? any adivce would help alot!”
Quoting *Wicked Mama*:“ Don't panic. Keep doing the cool baths and Tylenol. That's all they will do at the hospital, anyway. And make sure to give him a lot of fluids! You want him to stay hydrated.”LOL, us northwest mama's are the laid back types I think
Quoting Mana Jane:“ 101 isn't a "concern" for doctors. Babies can tolerate alot higher temps then adults. I wouldnt take ... [snip!] ... degrees. Just comfort him, alternate tylonel and motrin. his he teething? does he have any other symptoms, runny nose? eyes?”
Quoting marrie:“ LOL, us northwest mama's are the laid back types I think ”
Quoting *Wicked Mama*:“ I'm thinking so lol I don't panic until my kid goes completely lethargic and won't drink anything and ... [snip!] ... this catatonic state, to the hospital we went. She had Rotavirus and had to be in the hospital for two full days. It sucked.”
Quoting mommienbabie:“ He has a really runny nose. and i dont think hes teething, when all his teeth came in i could see the diffrence in the gum a good1-2 weeks before they actually came in.”If he has a runny nose it is probably a virus...Sucks because they can't do anything, but good because most of them just run their course with no harm done.