Don’t be too alarmed. He’s not going to have a “fit” as the other answer suggested. Babies get higher fevers than adults do. . is considered a mild to moderate fever. If your other child had the virus, then it’s very likely that the baby has it too. You can use pedialyte or any electrolyte solution to keep the baby from getting dehydrated. Try putting some in a medicine dropper and giving it every minutes when he’s awake. Infant tylenol will help with the fever and any pain he’s in. Call your doctor for the correct dosage. Usually if the baby is weaned, you should stay away from milk for a day or two. If he’s breastfed, you can usually continue as normal. Dry snacks and bananas can help with diarrhea if that happens. If he still has a fever on Tylenol or it lasts more than a day or two I’d take him to the doctor.
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. isn’t a fever. It doesn’t even warrant medication. My doctors recommendation for medication is ..
Your biggest threat right now is dehydration. Go get some popsicles and pedilyte.
You just have to deal with. There’s nothing you can do to stop it. No need to take him to the doctors, unless he’s dehydration.
EH GO TO THE DOC THAT IS TOO HIGH OR HOSIPTAL, OR STRIIP THER CHILD DOWN TO COOL HIM DOWN MAKE SURE HEATING IS OFF TILL HE COOLS DOWN ABIT , CAREFUL WITH TEPMURATURES LIKE THAT AS HE COULD HAVE A FIT