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#1 of 2 Old 05-23-2013, 10:08 AM - Thread Starter
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           I have a 3 almost 4 yr old son who has gotten fevers out of no where for as long as I can remember. He also has a dull cough that just wont seem to fully disperse. The fevers last 4-5 days as low as 99.9 to as high as 103.3, they seem to get worse at night and Tylenol helps reduce the fever but never breaks it. I have taken him to the Dr. so much that his file is about 2 inches thick I know this because we recently changed Dr's. We have had blood test ran about a yr ago they found nothing wrong our new Dr. is giving us a referral to an allergy specialist and we will be getting more blood work soon.. 




Does anyone have any ideas ? 

Is anyone else going through something similar?

I just wish I knew what was wrong...

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#2 of 2 Old 05-26-2013, 02:29 AM
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Welcome MamaTa3!


So sorry to hear of your little one's fever issues. Could it be simple teething? 

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