A fever is a rise in body temperature. It's usually a sign of infection. The fever itself is generally harmless and probably helpful. Fevers usually don't need treatment. The average body temperature is
A fever is usually when your body temperature is 38C You may feel warm, cold or shivery. Most fevers aren't in themselves life-threatening, however there are certain times where you may need to seek medical advice. If any of the following apply to you and you have a fever, please contact your GP practice immediately:. If you have a fever and any of the following medical conditions you should contact your GP practice immediately.
Back to Accidents, first aid and treatments. Find out how to take a child's temperature. You can buy a thermometer from your local pharmacy. Digital thermometers are an accurate and easy way to take a temperature from the armpit or mouth.
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