A fever in children and infants is considered to be when the body temperature is 100.4° F or higher.
There are many reasons that your child may be running a fever, such as immunizations,
infections or even just overdressing, especially if they are very young.
It is important to contact the child’s primary care provider (pediatrician) if a fever is present.
This list is not inclusive of all possible medical emergencies. If you are experiencing a medical emergency, call 911 and seek immediate medical attention.
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