Teething Fever: How Do You Know Your Baby Has It?
About four to seven months after your baby’s birth, you’ll notice baby teeth start to form. Your baby is teething. Other common symptoms of teething include moodiness, drooling, decreased appetite, and teething fever. Note that teething only causes a mild fever; if your baby’s body temperature exceeds 100.4 degrees Fahrenheit, your baby is likely sick and you need to call a doctor.