18 weeks pregnant mother

Question: Yesterday my doctor gave me tetanus injection, after which today I have 100.5 - 100.7 fever continuously. Should I take medicine? Unable to reach doctor today. Kindly guide

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Answer: Now you take lemon juice in warm water 3-4 time a day. Consult a doctor
Answer: Yes you can take medicine for fever🙂 take care
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