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dd has a temp of 39.9

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sostupid Wed 16-Feb-05 23:33:15

Doesn't seem overly unwell just lathargic and off her food.

Rang NHS direct on hold for 20 mins and had to wait 20 mins for a nurse to ring back.......with the advice of strip her off (already done) cool damp flannel (already done) and double up on nurofen and calpol !

My poor baby !

Socci Wed 16-Feb-05 23:35:30

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suzywong Wed 16-Feb-05 23:36:26

sorry she's feeling grotty but that is what I would do too, there isn't a lot else that can be done

You should have bypassed YTS, sorry, NHS direct and posted on here straight away it would have been instantaneous advice

KatieMac Wed 16-Feb-05 23:38:04

You feel so useless when they are ill - don't you

joesy Thu 17-Feb-05 00:25:05

Keep a close eye on her overnight. Any worries take her straight to A&E.

Twiglett Thu 17-Feb-05 08:24:53

Snap .. so did my DD last night .. gave her ibuprofen then calpol (within 50 mins of ibuprofen), stripped her off and put her under a fan

hope yours is better .. mine's just a snot-gobbler this morning

piffle Thu 17-Feb-05 08:40:13

my ds was really like this last week, high fever about 39.6 and no food, and sleepy, and he is a huge ten yr old. he was better after 4 days ie: fever gone, but still tired and looking rotten complete with snot in every available space.
Ahh gotta love them....
its a bit easier when they are bigger though for sure...
hope they are feeling better today and have not kept you up all night!

tammybear Thu 17-Feb-05 08:43:02

my dd was like this last week. shes back to her somewhat normal self now. i only had calpol which did help, but i got some nurofen in asap. hope she feels better soon xx

sostupid Fri 18-Feb-05 08:54:45

Took her to the docs yesterday turned out she has a chest infection so they have given her amoxycillin (sp) Her temp is still sky high so I have spent 2 nights on her bedroom floor as she was waking quite a bit during the night.... but atleast she has had some food now.

Thanks for your get well wishes xx

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