If you can't afford to go to the doctor then phone your pharmacist or go into the pharmacist and tell them how old the baby is and they will recommend something.
you give the baby a blanket and then ask an adult to give the baby some milk and make the baby rest
No your baby will be extremely safe
A trip to the emergency room!
Yes. Germs don't care how old you are.
Give your baby a cold teething ring or a cold washcloth to chew or suck on. Talk to your pediatrician, you may be able to give the baby some baby tylenol or other pain releif
You need to take the baby to a doctor.
It is not recommended to take a cold bath to lower a fever, and it may even cause worse damage since it lowers the body temperature a lot. It is best to just take medicine if you really want to lower the fever.
Never give it any people medicine!!Your best bet is give it a cold bath and/or take it to the vet
Give the child fever reducer up to three times then take them to the doctor if it doesnt subside.
Yes, it would actually make her feel much better.. it soothes the fever.. hope your child feels better :)
If you have the oral type of herpes (what caises cold sores and fever blisters) then yes you could give your children oral herpes if you kiss them while you have a cold sore.
Bacitracin will not treat cold sores or fever blisters. The ointment portion may give some pain relief.
You need to give syrup penicillin for complete ten days. Dose depends on the weight of your baby. Shorter course may lead to rheumatic fever.
warm or slightly chilly milk if it is to cold they will get friskie.
You have to take his clothes off and put a soaked wet towel in his for-head and give him Motrin or Tylenol.
Give him/her plenty of water, the baby loses a lot of water when having diarrhea, and go see a doctor.
NO most defonately, positively NOyou're baby with throw up straight after the bottle or breast
Having a cold without a fever is not a reason to avoid giving a vaccine. Vaccines, however, do not prevent or treat colds.
can i give 20mothe old baby benylin and ibuprofen together:
To give medicine to the child From RYAN
I would imagine the stats are low. Herpes isn't often passed to babies through genetics or while the baby is in the womb. Doctors can give mothers with herpes antiviral medication a few weeks before they are due to deliver to help prevent break outs. If there isn't any sign of a break out when the mother gives birth then she would have very little risk of passing herpes to her baby. How ever a baby can contract oral herpes (cold sores / fever blisters) if some one with a cold sore or fever blisters kisses the baby while they have a break out on their mouth.
Normally, candy won't give you a fever. If the person is allergic to an ingredient in the candy, then a fever or worse may result.
For fever and other discomfort, ask your doctor about giving your baby acetaminophen or ibuprofen " but never give ibuprofen to a baby younger than 6 months.
Tylonal cold or flu medicine for infants.