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my daughter 5 years. she as fever ,

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Posted on Thu, 31 Jan 2019
Question: my daughter 5 years. she as fever ,
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Answered by Dr. Aaron Branch (3 minutes later)
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More information is needed

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I'm Dr. Branch, thanks for using Ask a Doctor.

Fever has many causes in a 5 year old, most are from viral infections that would not be concerning, but sometimes it can be a sign of a more dangerous condition.
In order to give any advice about her fever, I would need to know more information: How long has she had the fever? How high is the fever when you measure it? Does she have any other symptoms such as cough, sore throat, nausea/vomiting, or diarrhea? Any rashes? Is she eating, drinking and otherwise acting normally?

After I get your response hopefully I can help you more.
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yesterday ... night ...
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no cough.
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climate very cool..
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Answered by Dr. Aaron Branch (40 minutes later)
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A fever for only one day would not be concerning if she does not have any other symptoms and otherwise acting normally. It is likely a viral infection and she can take acetaminophen for the fever. Are you able to check her temperature?
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my daughter 5 years. she as fever ,

Brief Answer: More information is needed Detailed Answer: Hello, I'm Dr. Branch, thanks for using Ask a Doctor. Fever has many causes in a 5 year old, most are from viral infections that would not be concerning, but sometimes it can be a sign of a more dangerous condition. In order to give any advice about her fever, I would need to know more information: How long has she had the fever? How high is the fever when you measure it? Does she have any other symptoms such as cough, sore throat, nausea/vomiting, or diarrhea? Any rashes? Is she eating, drinking and otherwise acting normally? After I get your response hopefully I can help you more.