how long can my 10 month old have a fever for with a ear infection before i have to worry?

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Family physicians, Physicians assistants, and Nurse practitioner's are also fully qualified to diagnose ear infections. If your child is fussy or appears ill, I would recommend seeing a health professional. Julie M

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I am with BethH. Also, my rule of thumb in regards to home treatments is to still check with pediatrician first. Children are different. Delicate.

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That is a difficult one to figure out. If she is feeling ok then maybe wait a day or two and see what happens. The fever could be from teething and of course that can make her ears hurt also.
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