4 months old baby

Question: My baby is 4 months old. Today morning i checked her temperature (armpit) it was 37.7 Celsius. Does that mean she has fever? Her body is hotter than usual though!

Answer: Hi,the normal temperature if the body should be 98.6 beyond that it is constantly to be having temperature .and then you should consult for the medicines. Sometimes the baby us warm even when the baby doesn't have temperature then it is ok in that, nothing to worry..in that case make sure that your baby is wearing single layer of clothing.
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