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 How do you break a child's fever?

Answer Some bleeding after the cord falls off is normal. If it infected it may cause more bleeding. Continuous bleeding is a cause for concern and requires evaluation by a pediatrician and investigation.
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How to Break a Fever in an Infant?

An infant's first fever is enough to cause any parent to worry. If allowed to climb to dangerous temperatures, fevers themselves can cause seizures and other health problems. Before attempting to t... Read More »
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How do you break a fever in a child?

If the child has a fever more then 3 days you should seek a doctor. Children's dose of Tylenol is OK to give the child, but DO NOT give the child Aspirin - it is strongly indicated in Reye's Syndro... Read More »
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How to Make a Fever Break?

A fever is the elevation of body temperature above a normal range. Fevers can indicate that there is a more serious medical problem. Most fevers are mild, or less than 103 degrees F (39.4 degrees C... Read More »
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How do you use rubbing alcohol to break a fever?

Rubbing alcohol can be applied directly to the skin, or it can be used to soak a pad, which is then applied to the skin. Either way, the rubbing alcohol cools the skin as it evaporates.That said, u... Read More »
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