In general, a fever means a temperature above 38°C. You might get slightly different numbers depending on how you take your child’s temperature – oral (mouth), axillary (armpit), ear, forehead, or rectal.
Most fevers are caused by infections or other illnesses. The high body temperature makes it more difficult for the bacteria and viruses that cause infections to survive.
Common conditions that can cause fevers include:
Your child’s temperature can also be raised after vaccinations, or if they overheat because of too much bedding or clothing.
Symptoms may include:
Sometimes a high temperature in children is associated with more serious signs and symptoms, such as:
Possible serious bacterial illnesses include:
It’s important to remember that potentially serious causes of fever are relatively rare.
Apply 5-10 drops Cell Restore Kids over the spine, as necessary.
Apply 5-10 drops Natural Antibiotic Blend over the spine and underneath the feet, as necessary.
To manage fever