Fever with no other symptoms?
What are some possible causes of fever, with no other symptoms in a toddler?
Probably, getting ready to cut some teeth. Excessive drooling is also a sign. But, would be best to ask their pediatrician. If they are tugging at their ear could be an ear infection, which may not be evident, without an exam. Fever usually means infection, marked with green or yellow mucus. I have written a hub is it cold or allergy? On the subject. I hope this helps.
Fever is caused by microbes like bacteria, virus and fungus. Fever is a way of the body to get rid of the microbe or slow it down or kill it. it is a warning of an infection in the body. read more
At the time of teething or liver problem, child show no symptoms but the child is feverish .
what do you mean by liver problem? if there are problems with the liver they would be other symptoms like yellowing of the skin and stool color changes right?
Children pass whitish stool that is the symptom which is generally seen.
Yes jaundice is marked by yellowing of the eyes, and skin.
It could be many things. Ear infections are notorious for not having symptoms for some while also causing a fever. There are other possibilities such as a urinary tract infection. Depending on the severity of the fever, a visit to the doctor would be a good idea, especially if you don't know what is causing the fever and if it continues.
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