I'm very excited that two of my start-up venture turns out good. Turnover of $700,000 in the first year of operation.
Little Ella had her first common fever in the last two days. I'm no parenting expert but here is advise from a good-friend former midwife.
- Always have a baby thermometer in a bag along with other equipments. We used the ear piece version.
- Body warmer than 38 degrees
- Baby is tired and less active
- Cutting new tooth
- Common fever
- Strip to minimum clothing to let the body heat escape
- Check temperature every hour; measure our own temperture and that should be baby's normal temperature.
- At 38 degrees no action required, their body is immune system is working at this temperature to fight off the virus.
- At 38.5 degrees; or more pat body with cool towel or dip in room-temperature bath to cool the body down.
- At 38.5 degrees or more give baby Panadol or Nurofen
- Continuous coughing
- Breathing difficulty
- Lips turning purple
- Take baby to hospital emergency for priority checkup