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Baby Fever 101

IT'S 2 AM AND YOUR BABY WAKES UP WITH A FEVER...

Should I call the Pediatrician?

How high is too high?

Is this emergency room worthy?

Let’s be real – baby fevers can be scary, especially if you aren’t sure what to do or the best way to take the temperature.

Download the Baby Fever 101 Guide to stop the guessing game and know exactly what to do when your baby has a fever.

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Hi there!

I’m Dr. Mona, I’m a Board Certified Pediatrician and a mom.

When new moms come to see me in my medical practice, they tend to have the same questions.

And the same worries.

How do I help my baby sleep at night? Do I have to help them?

I don’t know if I should breast or bottle feed? Or both?

Is my baby gaining enough weight/sleeping enough/hitting the milestones?

When I became a mom to my son Ryaan in 2019, I experienced first-hand all the things us new moms worry about.

And it changed me as a doctor. 

Now I know that the real question all new moms have is:

How do I know if I’m making the right decisions for my baby?

 

That’s why it’s my mission to share balanced, well-researched parenting advice –

to lessen those big worries and help moms find more joy in motherhood.

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Baby Fever 101

Download the Baby Fever 101 Guide to stop the guessing game and know exactly what to do when your baby has a fever.

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All information presented on this blog, my Instagram, and my podcast is for educational purposes and should not be taken as personal medical advice. These platforms are to educate and should not replace the medical judgment of a licensed healthcare provider who is evaluating a patient.

It is the responsibility of the guardian to seek appropriate medical attention when they are concerned about their child.

All opinions are my own and do not reflect the opinions of my employer or hospitals I may be affiliated with.