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Signs and Causes of a Toddler Fever


Due to an increase in body temperature, the heat can make toddlers with a fever feel or become dehydrated. Typical symptoms of dehydration include constipation, dry skin, fatigue, headache, thirst, and dry mouth. In worse cases, it can be followed by diarrhea or vomiting. If you notice any of these issues, keep in mind to provide your children with a lot of fluids to compensate for the loss. Some home remedies can also help alleviate the symptoms and speed up recovery. [2]