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Question: my baby is suffering from fever lasting from 3 days and i m using p125 drops.. but its not reducing suggest me with some remedies please
Answer: Hi if it is a viral fever then it would take around 7 days time to reduce completely please continue to use other medicine that you are using and I hope that it has been prescribed by the doctor and do not force the baby to have food if the baby is on breast milk please read more and more during this time so that the baby has the immunity to fight of the germs ..
Hope this helps!
Question: Hello, my baby is 7mnth old. And she is suffering from fever since frm 2 days. I have given her calpol 250mg medicine bt still fever is there.
Answer: Hi dear,
Though cold and fever is quite in babies,it really concerns the parents. Fever is a sign of body fighting an infection in body,which is good.the temperature rises when the body is fighting against it but there is nothing to panic about. Keep your baby in comfortable clothes.never overdress or wrap in blankets in fever.it can get worse. To lower the temperature you can apply warm water cotton pads on his forehead.if he's also suffering from cold along with it then fever could be due to that. Make him sip lot of water to flush out the germs and also to reduce the temperature.you can give paracetamol to your baby with the right dosage given by your paediatrician,if the fever goes above 100. If your child is active once the temperature goes down,then nothing to worry.if he's unwell even after the fever is gone,visit the doctor to assess any other medical reason.
Question: My baby has 104 fever n doc suggested calpol drops n mental to alternate ever 4 hours but fever is not reducing with calpol any suggestions
Answer: Hello! If the fever is stable after giving the medicine and not reducing then you can try warm water Sponge. It helps to reduce the fever. This type of fever is generally a viral one. It will take some time for the fever to reduce. Till then comfort the baby and if breastfeeding, keep on feeding your baby.