A baby's temp is slightly higher than than that of an adult, so her temp isn't really running very high. It could be teething....try a damp wash cloth in the freezer for a bit then hold it while she chews on it, or use an infant finger toothbrush and let her chew on that w/it on your finger. It could also be gas. Around that age is when tummy troubles can start to peak, so try bicycling her legs, or knees to chest and Mylicon drops to see if that helps any. If you think none of that is helping and you want reassurance, it never, ever hurts anything to run her in to your pediatrician.View Thread
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