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My daughter has a rash that looks like mosquito bites and a sore throat, no fever?

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Dr. Alfredo Garcia
Pediatrics 56 years experience
Sore throat: Your daughter may have strep throat. Bring her to her physician to do a strep test/throat culture. Streptococcal infection can manifest with various kinds of rashes in addition to the typical rash associated with scarlet fever.
Dr. Mandakini Patel
Pediatrics 41 years experience
Rash, no fever: The rash could be form a viral infection if your child also has a sore throat. Not all infections give you a fever. But if the rash is widespread or bothersome or purple you should have you child seen or atleast consult your pediatrician over the phone. It is difficulot to tell more wihtout the description of the rash.

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