There is no need to worry or take action to bring down the temperature unless it is above 38 degree C or it is hard to tolerate. Wet cold compresses on the forehead, back of neck, wrists and calves will bring down the temperature. Take care not to reduce the temperature too much. A child with fever should not be sponged or bathed in cold or lukeworm water. This can lead to excessive drop of temperature that brings in shivering. Shivering may cause further rise in temperature. For this thermometer should be used frequently so that this could bereported to the doctor.
Plenty of liquids should be given to the patient so as to enable pass plenty of urine. Water or drinks with vitamin C like lemon or orange juice are good choices. The room of the patient should be well ventliated. On diet, it is better to switch over to
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