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    My 22 month old daughter keeps running a fever
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    An_250129 posted:
    In the last 2 months my daughter has gotten a fever between 103-104.5 and they er doctors keep telling me its just a cold. could they be wrong. she shows no sign of infection in ears and throat but for some reason i cant stop worrying...
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    ashmommy11 responded:
    my daughter is 21 months and that has been happening to her since she was 5 months old. I too am told time and time again that its just a cold and theres nothing they can do for a viral infection. I worry too because it doesnt seem normal to me that a child should stay constantly sick. I wish I knew the answer but maybe its something that they will grow out of


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