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      • There is no clear cause for the child's fever (no cough, runny nose or known pain) and the fever has lasted for two to three days.
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  2. Fever (0-12 Months) - Seattle Children’s Hospital

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    4 days ago · Having a fever means your child has a new infection. It's most likely caused by a virus. You may not know the cause of the fever until other symptoms develop. This may take 24 hours.

  3. Fever - Seattle Children's

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    4 days ago · Having a fever means your child has a new infection. It's most likely caused by a virus. You may not know the cause of the fever until other symptoms develop. This may take 24 hours.

  4. Fever - Myths Versus Facts - Seattle Children's

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    5 days ago · Many parents have false beliefs (myths) about fever. They think fever will hurt their child. They worry and lose sleep when their child has a fever. This is called fever phobia.

  5. What Does It Indicate If Your Child Has Low Temperature ...

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    5 days ago · Any child experiencing body temperature below 95˚F (35˚C) needs immediate medical attention. Low temperature in children to this extent can lead to serious problems like organ failure.

  6. Emergency Symptoms Not to Miss - Seattle Children's

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    4 days ago · A fever tells you that your child has an infection. Serious infections can occur with low-grade fevers as well as higher fevers. All the above symptoms are stronger signs of serious illness than the level of fever.

  7. What Causes Fever with No Other Symptoms in Child? | New ...

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    5 days ago · A urinary tract infection can affect the urinary system and may be the reason behind an unexplained fever in your child. About 5% of children with unexplained fever have it due to a urinary tract infection. You need to call your child's doctor if you suspect a UTI is the reason behind the unexplained fever.

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