It is very serious. You need to get him/her to the doctor. If your regular doctor is unavailable you should consider the ER in you local hospital. A child with that high a fever could possibly go into convulsions.
about five people a year about five people a year
it is very very serious
Such high fever should generally not be taken lightly though it may not always be due to serious disease. Doctor should be consulted asap.
September 4th, 1032 fell on a Tuesday. The following year, it fell on a Wednesday.
As soon as possible, depending on how serious it is
That depends entirely on the cause of the fever. Usually it is from a virus and not serious at all. If signs of a more serious infection such as specific pains, altered mental status, rashes, difficulty breathing or dehydration are present then it should be evaluated.
very. When i was 2 i had a fever like that and it wasn't good.
No, anything over a 98.6 is.
I would say if there is a strange rash along with it or something. OR if the fever is over 103
well nothing serious just maybe medicine and if it serious you should probably get some sleep that's it for now.
101-102 is moderate 102-104 is severe 104-105 is dangerous
No; 99.7 is not a fever for a 10 year old.
99.1 is not a fever in a 6 year old.
99.8 is not a fever in a 11 year old.
is 98.7 a fever for an eight year old child
It is not the degree of temperature alone which is important though any fever above 102 should be taken seriously. The general condition of the child, associated symptoms and other clinical findings all have to be taken into consideration.
Aspirin should NEVER be used with children, EVER. It can cause Rhys Syndrom.
The yellow fever started December 20,1879. It never ended
Its safe to say that half the world gets a fever each year.
1793 is when yellow fever was in philadelphia.
It never ended. It is still a fever today.
Yes, he has some type of infection. Give him Motrin or Tylenol to reduce his fever and get him to a doctor. This could be serious.
Currently, it is estimated that about five people die from scarlet fever a year in the United States. In the past, epidemics caused an increase in fatalities from this illness. For example, it is known that 2089 people died from scarlet fever in Massachusetts alone during the 1858-59 epidemic.