The usual cause of high temperature in a baby include vaccination or infections like chickenpox.
There is a definite list of what you should and should not be doing if you find your baby or child to have fever.
38 C or more temperature would be high or fever.
Usual normal temperature is around 36.4C as it can be different for every baby and child.
Use a digital thermometer and do not assume.
Depending on the age and body weight of your child, you can buy medicines to reduce the temperature.
Our Pharmacists can tell you which medicines you need in right dose – along with other steps you can take and other signs to be vigilant about.
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