So, when to call the doctor? Here are some symptoms you need to consider and that might help you:
High fever means 102Â°F (38.9Â° C) or higher.
Keep your baby well hydrated and encourage rest.
Diarrhea – it might be a problem if your baby’s stools are especially loose or watery.
Vomiting – vomiting or spitting up occasional is perfectly normal, but if your baby spits up large portions of multiple feedings or vomits forcefully after feedings, you really need to see your pediatrician.
Rash – if the rash is accompanied by a fever, and the rush area is large.
Of course, other things may come up and need medical attention; trouble breathing, head injuries, loosing blood, pain, burns, ear trouble, colds, constipation. Ask your pediatrician as many questions to be sure how to proceed when your baby’s feeling ill.