Fever Stickers Exist And You’re Going To Want To Buy Some & Make Your Life With A Sick Kid So Much Easier

Posted by Muk Khatri in Amazing On 19th January 2018

Checking a sleeping toddler's temperature has got to be one of the worst, most stressful parenting tasks. The last thing on earth you want to do is wake your sleeping child every few hours to take their temperature. So, every parent should know where to buy fever stickers, because they are seriously the best freaking inventions.


No matter what kind of thermometer you have tried, they never seem to work properly. Physio Logic’s Fever-Bugz Stick on Fever Indicators seems like they could be a game changer. No more waking up your kid by shoving a thermometer in their mouth, ear, or for the babies – the bum. You simply slap one of these puppies (or ladybug, butterflies, or worms) on your kid’s forehead and keep it there all night.



Those of us who have been in the dark about these magic stickers can thank Lisa Ling, the host of CNN's This Is Life, for bringing them to the world's attention. Her daughter ended up getting a fever while they were away, and Ling didn’t want to spend a hundred bucks on an ear thermometer when she already had one at home. So her sister gave her some fever stickers, and Ling was able to breathe a sigh of relief.


The way they work is so simple. You stick the sticker on your child’s head and within seconds the sticker will light up and indicate your child’s temperature within one degree Fahrenheit on one of the black dots. According to the Fever-Bugz website, their hypoallergenic, latex-free stickers can monitor your child's temperature for up to 48 hours. You'll get a read out of N (for normal), or 99, 101, 103, or 105. So incredibly handy.

Ling said,"Obsessed! These are going into my travel kit stat!"



Really want to try the same ones that Lisa Ling loved? OK, don't panic, but as of this posting, all online outlets seem to be sold out. Normally you can buy Fever-Bugz fever stickers on Amazon, where they're only $6.50 for an 8-pack. Walmart.com also has fever stickers listed at $7.65 for an 8-pack, but they're also sold out.

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