A fever is typically a symptom that indicates an underlying infection.

A fever is classed as an abnormally high temperature rise in the body of 38°C (100.4°F ) or higher. In this health video, a GP explains how to decide if a child’s fever and associated vomiting are signs of serious illness in need of medical treatment or just the result of a common virus.

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