@maudie01 – I’m joining the conversation to see if I can share helpful information. First of all, it is frustrating that your grandchild is not old enough to tell if anything hurts. As mentioned by others young children have fevers more often than older ones. It is also common to reach 104+. Their internal thermostat is more sensitive. Don’t be afraid of the fever itself. It is important to examine and test if the fever persists. It is a good sign that she has been seen at the Children’s Hospital and a kidney specialist. Urinary tract infections are not rare in girls. It is also important to see how she behaves with the fever- alert or lethargic. It is a good sign that testing has not shown anything abnormal yet. Her doctors probably plan to examine and test at regular intervals as long as the fever is there.
I know you still will worry -if you don’t mind please keep us informed of new developments.
Inge- another Grandma