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fever and vomiting in 2 year old

My son, age 32 months, woke up lethargic with a fever (he felt hot, I did not take temperature) and bright pink cheeks. I gave him vitamin c several times during the morning, as well as water, and he was cheerful and played with his older sister. She made a salad and shared it with him, which he ate nicely. Then he asked to nurse. After nursing for several minutes on one side, I suggested he switch sides. He sat up and vomited up all the salad. What remedy should I give him? His cheeks are still bright pink, and he is generally fair and pale.
  emgee1 on 2018-11-26
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Actually, his color is normal now.
emgee1 4 years ago
How high is the fever ?

What other symptoms ?
Tui 4 years ago
No other symptoms. I nursed him more and he kept it down and then went to sleep. I didn't take his temp because it's not terribly high and I don't want to bother him unnecessarily with that.
emgee1 4 years ago
If the temperature is not too high and he is gone to sleep, then you don't have to give him any remedy.
Tui 4 years ago
What is too high? I thought that high temperatures from natural causes are never dangerous.
emgee1 4 years ago
Natural causes? What do you mean by that?

And do you always know the exact cause of your child's fever?

The danger comes when you don't know what is.
Tui 4 years ago

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