Febrile Seizure

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Febrile Seizure

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We spent hours upon hours at the hospital last night with Abby, who was rocking a fever of 104° F. Normally, we wouldn’t go to the hospital at the onset of a fever. Kids get fevers. They’re normal, and letting them ride out a low-grade fever is supposed to be good for them. 

Not in this house. Not anymore. Specifically for my daughter. This past July, she had a low-grade fever which hadn’t…

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