The Baby Has A Fever When Teething, Is It Normal?
good afternoon, my child aged 11 months seems to be teething a second tooth. Last night, he had a fever of up to 39.2 ° C but in the morning it fell to 37.2 but he mostly sleeps and feeds his mother .. and he eats a bit fussy. is that normal? thank you
Fever in children can be caused due to various causes. Teething conditions in infants usually can cause a slight increase in body temperature. However, teething in babies usually does not cause children to develop high fevers up to 39.2 degrees.
If your child has a fever of up to 39.2 degrees then it can be due to reasons other than teething. Some conditions that can cause high fever in children include:
dengue fever gastrointestinal infections typhus respiratory infections One of the causes that may cause a high fever in your child is dengue fever. Dengue fever is an infection caused due to a viral infection that is transmitted through mosquito bites. Dengue fever can cause a child to have a high fever, decreased nasal intake, the child looks weak, and can be accompanied by nosebleeds or reddish patches on the skin. Dengue fever should get medical examination and assistance as soon as possible.
Therefore, to determine the cause of your child's condition, you should check your child directly to the doctor, so that the doctor can check the condition of your child directly first, so that the doctor can provide the right therapy.
here is an article that you can read about child fever
may be useful. thank you