My youngest daughter is almost 2 but starting around 18mths she started getting a low grade fever ranging from 101.5 to 102.8 for 2 to 3 days at least once a month. She is currently in daye care but wasn't when this started. She has only had 1 ear infection and 1 positive step test. Every other time it's said to be a virus. My older daughter has NEVER gone thru something like this and she is 4. The pedi said we shouldn't be concerned or bring her in for any test unless it's above 102 for more than 5 days. Is this normal?? I just feel like there is something that can be tested for. Should I push testing or let it go and take the pedi's advice?View Thread
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