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    Quote Originally Posted by tubster View Post
    Do you think fever is a symptom of teething? Did your toddler have fevers or elevated temperature when they are teething?

    DS is 18 months old and suddenly got a fever last night of 38.8 degrees, gave him Nurofen but it came back up within 4 hours and had to give Panadol. His temperature would go down for 3~4 hours after a dose of medicine but then come back up again and I had to alternate between Nurofen and Panadol. TOday on top of the fever, he has runny poos also that smells AWFUL. Theres no symptoms of a cold, no coughing, no pulling ears, doesnt seem to be in pain when peeing.
    One tooth did cut through but that was before he got a fever. He hasnt been restless or whinging or sleep deprived.
    Will take him to see the doctors tomorrow just for a peace of mind. But like to know what everyone thinks.

    Please share your thoughts!
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    This is exatly what happened wen dd1 cut her 2yr old molars she had the the same temp for 3 days and just lay on the couch i gave her panadol nurforen to control it then she slept most of the days and the she was fine but not other symptons either.

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    Thank you ladies for your replies!
    We didnt end up going to see the doctor because his fever hasnt been as high and only gave him 1 dose of Panadol all day today. Think hes recovering from whatever it is

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