9 months old baby

Question: My baby is having a constant temperature between 100deg F to 101deg F from yesterday evening. She seems a bit lethargic and her head is warmer as compared to the other parts of her body.no medications given till now gor the same.Should i be concerned ?

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Answer: Dear please give fever medication to baby otherwise fever will not come down also if fever is above 99° then do ice cold compress to baby to lower the body temperature.. also visit a doctor and get baby checked..
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    samadrita paul choudhury690 days ago

    We did go to the doctor and he prescribed 2 medicines, one paracetamol which can only be taken if temperature rises above 102 and the other , antibiotic which i am not sure to give as beacuse she had problem once before , after taking the medicine.

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