6 Year Molars Cause Fevers?

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If your child is between five and seven years old and complaining of tooth pain along with a fever, they may be getting their 6-year molars. The pain may subside with over the counter pain relievers such as ibuprofen or Tylenol. A fever is a symptom of teeth coming in, but it is always important to keep an eye on the symptoms to make sure it is nothing more serious. A typical teething fever will not exceed 101 degrees. In general, once the molars emerge, the fever will subside and the pain will alleviate. If it doesn’t, contact your doctor.
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