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    I hope she is feeling better now!

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    I thought the fever had broken overnight, but it's definitely still here and she is definitely still miserable

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    Oh no poor bubba. Are you thinking of taking her to a GP?

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    My kids both throw high temps whenever anything is wrong. DD as a 6-12mo had 39-40 temps for days in a row but was happy enough. Turns out she had glue ear after multiple ear infections but didn't show any "ear infection" type symptoms apart from fever.
    The fact she is miserable with a temp I'd get her checked out. Hope you all manage some sleep soon x

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    I would suggest a visit to Gp. My kids have had many fevers lasting 3-4 days. Sometimes from just a virus but other times ear or throat infections needing antibiotics. A sign of tonsillitis in my kids is refusing food and medicine

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    I called nurse on call after finally coaxing my old thermometer to last long enough to get a temp- 39.4.

    She said to take her to the hosp as with a child that young they only like to give them two days with a fever that high.

    We spent an hour at the hosp, they were very thorough. She has a sore throat which is why she isn't eating or drinking anything apart from bm. The dr said piggy back the Panadol and nurofen, and he prescribed some AB's. they may or may not work, he couldn't tell if what she has is viral or bacterial. I really hope they work- she will be 1 next Friday and I'd hate for her to be sick on her first birthday!

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    It took me being totally confused by the last post and re-reading this thread twice before I got that you meant BM as in breast milk and not bowel movements :-/

    Fingers crossed the ABs work/she gets better before her birthday. It's awful when they're sick.

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    Quote Originally Posted by harvs View Post
    It took me being totally confused by the last post and re-reading this thread twice before I got that you meant BM as in breast milk and not bowel movements :-/

    Fingers crossed the ABs work/she gets better before her birthday. It's awful when they're sick.
    Haha yes definitely breast milk! I'm trying to cut corners because in on my phone and impatient!

    She is currently asleep in my arms and I am busting to go to the toilet! Always happens!

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    nomsie hope your poor bubba gets better soon thanks for the update


 

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