My baby had his shots yesterday, when checked for his temperature under arms temperature was 96.5.Is is normal.
can someone what the normal temperature for an Infant, when taken temperature orally, under arm and rectal.
I believe that you add two degrees when you take the temp under the arm, so yes this is normal.Use a reliable thermometer to tell if your child has a fever when his or her temperature is at or above one of these levels:
100.4° Fahrenheit (38° Celsius) measured rectally (in the bottom)
99.5° Fahrenheit (37.5° Celsius) measured orally (in the mouth)
99° Fahrenheit (37.2° Celsius) measured in an axillary position (under the arm)
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