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    Fever with teething?
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    Debaroonie posted:
    My daughter (almost 9 mo)has a temp of 101. SHe looks like she could be getting her top teeth but was also rubbing her ear yesterday. Does anyone think that temp is too high for teething?
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    Haylen_WebMD_Staff responded:
    IMO, ear rubbing is worth a trip to the pediatrician. Ear aches are extremely painful but easy to knock out with the right prescription!

    I usually call the nurse on duty at my kids office and run the symptoms by her.... whenever I say "ear" they fit me in ASAP!

    I hope she feels better soon!

    Haylen


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