5 Tips to treat & avoid getting a fever:
Get plenty of sleep
You'll have to get a minimum of 8 hours of sleep at night; you should sleep for 8 hours even if you aren't sick during pregnancy, include a few naps as well throughout the day when fever strikes. Rest will give your body time to remove the virus triggering the fever, and get you to heal a lot faster.
Drink lots of clear liquids
Staying hydrated is a good way to keep you from catching a cold or flu. In case you get a fever, getting dehydrated is a risk. So drink lots of water, ginger ale, tea, juice, etc... This will keep your body's blood flowing in balance. Dehydration during pregnancy can cause uterine contractions. So keep drinking!
Take lukewarm baths to keep the fever down
It is never a good idea for your body to get to really high temperatures during pregnancy. So never get into a hot tub, or a sauna. This can put your baby at risk. So it is vitally important to keep your body cool when you're feverish, so place a cool wash-cloth on your forehead, don't bathe in hot water, get a fan or turn on air conditioning if possible, and wear free and comfortable light clothes.
Take a bit of acetaminophen
It's important you talk to your doctor before taking any medication, ask for which type you should take, and how much of it is safe, and then follow the directions. Acetaminophen is usually recommended, while aspirin and ibuprofen are not! Have your fever treated the right way to avoid further complications, and remember to follow proper dosage.
Wash your hands well
When a woman gets pregnant, her immune system weakens, and she maybe more susceptible to catching germs, bacteria, or getting ill in general. To get away from catching every germ that my get in your way, we recommend you constantly and thoroughly wash your hands. You can use anti-bacterial soap with warm water, or just regular soap. Just make sure you wash your hands for about two minutes to get all the germs neutralized