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    Yes please

    I have a 3 year old and a 5 month old.
    I still regularly check dd2's temp out of habit with her prematurity. That's also becoming more frequent now as she's starting to teethe and often gets high temperatures. We're currently using an under the arm thermometer and she's becoming quite the wiggle worm so it's not as easy as it used to be.

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    Yes, please.

    Whenever there is a thread on here asking what is a good gift for new parents or what is an essential to have in the home with children etc I always recommend thermometers! My DD3 was recently in Hospital and DH and I couldn't get over these thermometers and remarked that we'd like to buy one, so to be able to review one would be awesome!

    We have 4 kids under the age of 8.

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    Yes please. My address is correct!
    I would love the chance to try this because dd2 is so hard to pin down long enough to be able to take her temperature properly. We tried am ear thermometer and that just taught her to put things in her ears

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    Ooh can I please review? The week before last my 6 month DD had fevers for two days and very irritable with the temperatures. We had such a battle trying to take her temp, it got to a stage DH had to restrain her thrashing head while I took the temp.
    She is due vaccines soon and always gets a temp.
    A no touch thermometer would make this upcoming event so much more pleasant for everyone!
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    I have always been very curious as to how accurate these non contact thermometers are! Would love to review.
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    I would love to review this product, I have previously used oral and tympanic thermometers with my two children aged 4 and 1 which has just upset them while they are sick and it's not much fun. I would love to try this non invasive thermometer on them. My details are correct.

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    Yes please !!!

    I have 4 children, dd1 (11), ds(7), dd2 (13 months) & dd3 (1 week).

    With winter and cold and flu season just around the corner this would make my life so much easier !

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    Yes please teething 7month old here and it would be perfect!!

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    I'd love to review this, We currently have an under the arm themometre & trying to keep my 7 month old still for a whole minute to get an accurate reading is crazy difficult! This sounds like a much better option.

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    What a genius idea for a product!
    I have a stubborn 3 year old who, apparently just like his mini BH comrades, is totally against the conventional thermometer.
    We would love to put this to the test.
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