and read the 9 questions to ask...this was posted just a few doors down.
Also, go to www.homefirst dot com and watch the free webinars by
Dr. Mayer Eisenstein.
One thing that I did was I poured peroxide over the spot then left it sit for about 10 minutes, cleaed up with green machine then poured vinegar again, let sit and vacuum.
Then repeat as necessary until smell is gone. This worked on cat!
When his fever is up at 103 plus, he sleeps. When he is down aat 102 and lower he plays.
His diapers are wet just not very.
I have never had a kiddo with a fever this high.
Your reply is very reassuring though, thank you
At what point do I call our ped? DS who is 14 months old has been running a fever of high 100's with 104.6 being highest and hovering in 103's.
He has no other symptoms but a redness and very slight swelling of left eyelid but no discharge. He is nursing fine and taking sips of water.
Also hehas been sleeping quite a bit (if this info helps)
I very rarely give Tylenol but I have been when it goes closer to 104 and when I do it comes down to 102 and...
I know I will. Please post the link to tomorrows article so that I can at lease quote the incident when I contact them. Here is something interesting from the mainstream....it could help to quote this::::
Thanks everyone for your suggestions. This would be for my highschooler. I really am trying to homeschool in a CM meets self reliance method as far as handi-crafts go.
I think soapmaking would also be a great science, math and chemistry class!