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Anyone even use one? What do you think? I never heard of it before then I ran to walgreens and I saw it and thought ?? maybe? I'm really NOT confortable with the ideal of having to put a thermometer in my LO butt when that time comes.
elmoali:You really really have to get ok with it. nbsp;Using another kind is fine but if it comes up higher than normal it's very
elmoali:You really really have to get ok with it. Using another kind is fine but if it comes up higher than normal it's
Probably not very accurate. Get an ear kind if you just want a quick, non-rectal one. Then you can use it for years to come.
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kellyrn9956:Waste of money. Your ped will want a rectal temp.nbsp;
I've never taken my DDs temp rectally. My Dr accepts auxillary (armpit) temps as long as I tell them that's how I took it. (That's how they take it too, if I take DD in when she is sick). Basically just add 1 degree to what you get in their armpit, and