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    I would love to test the thermometer out. I had a forehead one that broke a few months ago and my kids scream bloody murder if I try to get them to sit still long enough for an under arm or oral readings.

    Just yesterday I considered going to the er as I couldn't get a proper underarm reading and my dd was burning up to the touch, so this review sounds like a godsend for us.

    I have 2 children 9 months old and 2 1/2. We are all currently sick with infections (dd ear infection, DS Tonsillitis and myself the flu) so we will be able to test it right away.

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    Yes please! 😁

    I have a toddler and a newborn who scream the house down when the thermometer is held in place while waiting for a readi.

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    I would love to test this on my 4 year old and 4 month old.

    I find it difficult to take the baby''s temperature under her arm as she is a little wriggle'er and I put off testing when she is asleep unless I feel I really need to take it there and then as it wakes her up. We all have colds at the moment so I am taking her temperature a lot at the moment as she constantly feels hot and the underarm thermometer I have takes ages to fake a reading by which time she has moved so I'm never sure it is accurate.

    It would also be used for bath water temperature for her as well as my 4 year old as he always complains the water is too hot and I'd be able to show him its not with this.

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    I would love to review the thermometer. I have a nearly 11mth old daughter who catches everything at daycare and with another bub on its way am looking for the best way to take temps without waking both babies.

    I am able to write review in the specified time and happy to do this. Address is correct.

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    Yes please. I have a 12 month old and no working thermometer at the moment. I would love to review this product and if it suits our needs I would know to buy this one! Can definitely complete review in timeframe and address in profile is correct.

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    Default Yes please!!

    This is something I really would desperately like to test. My 8 mo has been in hospy twice in the last month and a half with a UTI and then with something unknown, both of which gave him temps >40.5 =/ and he keeps coming down with things. The poor little bugger hates having his temp taken too. I also have a 2 year old on whom I could try it (and a hypochondriac husband if it comes to it... don't they also count as children?) . They all have stinking colds at the moment and they won't be the last this season =/

    I can use the product and write the review within the timeframe and, as a scientist, would be in my element testing its accuracy =D

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    Sounds like a fantastic way to do temperatures. Would love to compare it with the old digital under the thermometer.
    Have two wiggle worms who scream blue murder when having temperatures down aged 4 1/2 years old and 19 months.
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    Yes please I have 3 children, the youngest being 14 weeks. This is a much less invasive way of gaining an accurate temperature as the children move around so much when I'm trying to get their temp that it's often a traumatising experience, for all involved. Address is correct.

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    I've had issues with my baby in maintaining a normal temperature when she was born due to hypothermia. Since this time, I've kept a very close eye on my little one by consisting taking her temperature. Thankfully through close monitoring and taking her temperature in the armpit, I feel assured she is now fine.
    I would love to test this product as I continue to take her temperature often.
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    Please pick me! My little ones are constantly sick (daycare bugs) and I need a reliable thermometer to look after them. My current in-ear thermometer gives a different reading every time I use it and my son hates it when i need to repeatedly take his temperature to get an average reading. Something like this would be a godsend!!

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