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Question: Hi mam im in 8th month of pregnacy .i hav temperature from ystrday night can i take paracetemol .temperature is 100.37.till i go to doctor can i take a pill ? Since i got appointment around 3 pm
Answer: hi for medications please confirm to the Dr because it is very important for you to take only save medicines during the pregnancy in the doctor is not available then 3:00 p.m. is advisable to increase ask on them on phone and in the meanwhile if the fever is going very high you can give room temperature water but is on the forehead which will also help to bring down the fever also remember you should drink at least 12 glasses of water which will help to flash the infection from the body
Question: I am 8 weeks pregnant, today I got fever of 38.6 Celsius, cough and cold too , does this fever affect to baby, I cant even take tablets without prescribed by my doctor ,how to reduce it naturally plzz reply guys
Answer: Hello dear, please call your gynecologist and ask for the medication that you can take... However fever does not affect the baby..so there's no need to worry... Just take rest, sleep well and drink some warm soups...this will help you get some strength...
Question: My 60 day old baby had his 6weeks vaccination on 20th sep. He had fever for a day and yesterday he again had temperature that went upto 99.9 under arm pit. We have given calpol drops at 6pm and 12am. Can you please advise why this wud have happened. He is very reatless too
Answer: Hi. Fever after vaccination is normal dear dont worry. Justtake proper care of baby. These are actually encouraging signs that the immune response is working,". 1.Keep the temperature of the room cool and comfortable, and make sure your baby is wearing loose and breathable clothing. 2. Another effective way to provide pain relief for babies after shots is to apply a clean, cool washcloth on the sore area. It will help reduce the soreness and tenderness 3.One of the best ways to help your baby calm down after being vaccinated is to distract him. Bring him a new gift or a toy that will grab his attention for a while. You could also try switching the TV on, to distract him from his pain. Playing a game of peek-a-boo could also help. 4. Most important keep feeding and stay close to your baby. 5. You can give paracetamol to baby if prescribed by doctor it also helps in releiving pain. Good luck.