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Child has continuous sickness, low grade temperature while sleeping, profuse sweating. Possible cause?

my 3 year old boy has not been well for going on 2 months now, he started off with a nasty chest and ear infection which antibiotics cleared, but for the last week he s had low temperature when hes asleep and he is sweating alot im having to change his pj s during the night its that bad, doctors have said that as he seems well in himself during the day that there isn t anything serious wrong and i should wait to hear of a paeditrician to see what they say. please help im so worried
Asked On : Fri, 14 Dec 2012
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Pediatrician 's  Response
Feb 2013
As you are telling he is getting low temperature since one week just record the temperature every day and make a temperature chat so that your doctor can easily understand the temperature pattern of your child whenever you meet your doctor. For the sweating nothing to worry if there is no other associated problems like fever.
Answered: Sat, 22 Dec 2012
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