Find out when your baby's temperature becomes a fever, how to treat a fever, and
when to call the doctor about a low or high baby fever when your child's sick.
... be confusing. Know the best way to take your child's temperature. ... A fever is a
common sign of illness, but that's not necessarily a bad thing. In fact, fevers ...
Learn about how to take your infant's or child's temperature, and what to do if
your infant or child has a temperature.
If your 2-year-old child's oral temperature is 101°F (38.3°C), his or her rectal or
ear temperature may be about 102°F (38.9°C). Remember, a child has a fever ...
Many doctors define a fever as an oral temperature above 37.5°C (99.5°F) or a ...
When the age and weight categories in the chart don't match, use the weight of ...
... even in healthy children. Many doctors define a fever as an oral temperature
above .... the chart don't match, use the weight of your child as the main guide in ...
Use the children's temperature chart to gauge your child's fever.
There are several ways to take your child's temperature: ... that you've taken the
temperature, check the following chart to see whether your child has a fever.
You do not need to take your baby's temperature on a regular basis. Do it only
when you think your baby may be sick. Overdressing or too hot an environment ...
As a parent, you know how important it is to have fever information you can trust.
... more about measuring and interpreting your child's temperature and how our ...