Egg White for Fever

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Posted by Diane (Poplar Bluff, MS) on 02/04/2007
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I am trying the egg white remedy to bring down high fever. My 9 year old son has had a low grade fever for 2 days witha cough. But tonight (Feb 4th) about 8 pm his fever was 103.1. So I went online to get info on how to break a high fever. I saw the remedy for egg whites. I thought it wont hurt to try it, because the lukewarm bath didnt help. So I soaked the cloths in egg whites put them on his soles and put socks on him. After about 30 mins I checked his fever & it has gone down to 101.6. I will try this before trying anything else first. Thanks for the info, very much appreciated.


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Posted by Tina (Ft Wayne, IN) on 02/02/2007
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well i'm trying the egg white remedy as i'm typing this to you. my son's fever is at 103.5. he is 15. as soon as i put the egg whites on his feet he said his feet started to burn. it's now 12:55 am and i'll wait a hour and check. i pray this works. nothing else has. well now its 2:14 am if you can keep it on their feet it works down to 100.5. thank you. I will tell everyone i know


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Posted by Jenny (Chico, CA) on 02/01/2007
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Applying egg whites soaked in paper towels to the bottom of my feet, then using saran wrap and wrapping them, then socks, my fever is nearly gone! I am so amazed, at 11:30 am my temp was 102.5, I applied the egg whites at that point and at 12pm my temp was 101, at 1pm by temp was 99.8 and now at 1:15 my temp is 99.4. My fever has been spiking for 4 days now and I feel so much better! After 2 hours the egg whites are still cold on the soles of my feet.


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Posted by Janet (San Francisco, CA) on 01/24/2007
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Hi there, I had been having an intense fever for the past two days, and when it got up to 103 today, I did a quick search and found your site. The egg whites on soles of feet remedy really did the trick! I had my feet wrapped for about 45 minutes, and about an hour later, my fever dropped down to 101, then about an hour after that it read 98.3. Wonderful! Thank you so much for the fever buster! What a relief :).


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Posted by Shari (Vermont) on 12/29/2006
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I was desperate to try something natural, but our daughter is very sensitive and afraid so our usual remedies (garlic paste on feet, garlic oil rub on chest, frozen towel on neck treatment) weren't practical for her. It took me almost an hour to convince her to try it, we soaked white clothes in the egg whites, wrapped her feet and put on big socks over them. Then we waited an hour and absolutely nothing happened. I was afraid she would start getting more upset at that point and also that the fever would get higher than 104, so we stopped.


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Posted by Iris (Austin, TX) on 12/19/2006
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I tried the egg whites remedy on my 5 year old who's had his roller coaster fever (varies from 100-103F) for 5 days now. I drenched the egg whites onto paper towels and wrapped them on his feet and then added socks for about 30 minutes. Other than the fact that it was cold and slimy, it did nothing to lower his fever. I am glad I found this website though, as I then tried the apple cider vinegar method (remedy #3), and that one worked!!! I also gave him 1 teaspoon of it mixed with 1 tsp of honey. In less than 5 minutes, all the gunk that had made him congested came oozing out! It was the strangest thing to witness (not to mention a bit gross) but he was very happy that he could breathe through his nose again! We did it one more time and he was able to cough up and expel a lot of the stuff that was in him. Hopefully this will be the turning point and will get rid of the flu faster!! Thanks for this website!


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Posted by Lisa (Fleetwood, PA) on 11/16/2006
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Hello, I have a 2yr who has been running a high fever for 2 days now, ive been giving her children's Tylenol and it works slightly but then raises back up, she felt so hot tonight I got desperate and saw this site thought I'd try anything at this point to get through the night, I soaked the rags, wrapped her feet and put her socks over them and kept on for a half an hour and sorry to say was very disappointed her temp hasnt changed at all, so I am just taking her to the hospital. I think maybe this remedy works depending on what is causing the fever to begin with, if there is an infection present which requires antibiotics I dont think this remedy is gonna work, but thanks anyways.


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Posted by Jenna (Houston, TX) on 11/08/2006
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The egg white remedy did not work. i had it on for about 2 hours and my fever is still 100F


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Posted by Rebecca (Houston, TX) on 06/25/2006
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My 5 year old had a high fever for about 40 hours. It would only come down temporarily after a cool bath and then spike back up. On 6/25 at 3:00 am my child woke me up and again had a fever of 103. Out of desperation I got on the internet and saw the egg white remedy on your website. Although I was very doubtful of the effectiveness I went ahead and dipped a paper towel in egg white and wrapped my child's feet and covered them with socks. At 3:20 the fever was down to 101 and by 3.30 it was at 100! I just took it again at 9:30 in the morning and it is normal! After battling his stubborn fever I just can't believe that this worked, but it did. Thanks!


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Posted by Kate (Langhorne, PA)
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I tried the egg white remedy for a little bit over an hour, but my fever remained the same, so it didn't work for me...



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