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Should you break a fever? Generally, a fever on its own isn't dangerous and there's no real need to treat it. You should, however, seek treatment for the following reasons: Infants under 3 months with a fever above 100.4 degrees. Infants 3–12 months with a fever above 102.2 degrees. Should I let my child run a fever? Pediatricians say it's often better to let a child's fever run its course. "If you lower the fever, you may be affecting the body's ability to respond to that infection." Most fevers — generally considered to be a temperature 100.4 and above— come and go quickly, without any complications.
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