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Baby Rash All Over Body No Fever
Rash: Time to see a doctor for a diagnosis and treatment. ...Read more
Hives/Rash all over body. No allergies. Never had a rash before. No fever. No nausea. Recommendation?
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Rash all over body. Ate seafood, some for first time in Vancouver, BC, Canada, from Calgary, AB, Canada. No allergies. No fever. No nausea. Recommend?
Antihistaminic: OTC to help control your symptoms for now, if no improvement or condition worsens, please go to ER or urgent care, avoid all sea food for now, also if you ate in a restaurant ask about any seasonings they might have added, keep a diary of what you ate, and fix an appointment with an allergist to sort it out, good luck ...Read more
Itchy skin rash all over body (except for face, neck, palms and soles) for 14 days. NO fever, NO flu-like symptons, NO lymph node. Can it be HIV ARS?
Rash: It sounds more likely that it is an allergic reaction to something. The fact that it is not on the palms and soles of your feet makes other bad things less likely. Skin rashes are hard to diagnose and the diagnosis depends on where the rash is, the color, whether there are blotches, raised bumps and many other things. You can buy benadryl (diphenhydramine) in the pharmacy for itching and if it persists see DR. ...Read more
1yr old son has rash all over body, low grade fever, runny nose, not sleeping well/eating was told a virus but the rash getting worse. Why, what cause? Tx?
What do you suggest if my child had a high fever for 3 days then after fever left she got a rash all over what could it be?
Roseola: This sounds like a classic description of roseola. It is a viral childhood disease that usually peaks in incidence in the summer months, but can happen any time of year. Pretty much it's as you describe. A few days of fever, then fever breaks and rash appears. Rash resolves within a week. Once rash appears, child no longer contagious. Usually kids get it before age 3. ...Read more
I am 39 now years old 3 day ago a have a fever and after that a have a rash all over my body its can't be a dengue?
My daughter has a rash all over the top of her body which looks like an allergic reaction but dr said it's roseola but she didn't have high fevers
Sometimes roseola rash can look like macular patches and spots and can be mistaken for allergies.
High fever is common but not always seen.
If it disappears in 2-3 days with no anti-histaminic medications, it is likely to be roseola.
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Hello. My two year old son has a rash all over his body. No fever and it doesn't seem to be bothering him. However. Of keeps spreading. He's already on an antibiotic but its not helping. I'm unsure what to do at this point especially with a seven month ol
Hard to know: This is a difficult scenario to evaluate without more information. Since it's not bothering him, hives are not likely. Also does not seem consistent with drug reaction. Viral rash is very typical for this time of year, and these generally affect large area. Usually occur as viral illness is resolving. Another thought: rash occurs if child with epstein-barr viral illness is treated with amoxicili ...Read more
My 2 1/2 year old seems to have rash all over his body almost like little red pimples along with he gets fevers what could this be?
Virus or strep: Sounds like a viral or streptococcal infection. The latter is potentially more serious as untreated it may lead to heart, kidney, or nervous system disease. A rapid strep test and, if necessary, a throat culture can make this diagnosis and determine if antibiotics are necessary. You should have your toddler seen by the pediatrician. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
My son got the mmr vaccine 12 days ago and now developed a rash all over his body. It looks exactly like measles and fever of 100.4 is this normal?
Child woke up with very puffy/swollen eyes slight fever last night and cough, very light rash all over face and torso no other symptoms?
Watchful wait: Sometimes children will wake up in the morning with puffy eyes from a back up of fluid from their nose/sinus area. It sort of pools in that area (if you will). Important considerations would be 1. does it go away over the course of the day? 2. does it worsen over the course of the day? 3. is she she dehydrated? 4. is she urinating as much as she usually does? If not better in 2 days, go see doctor ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
My 5 year old had strept throat about a week ago now he's been running a fever and has a red rash all over his body and is in some pain?
Scarlet Fever: Many rashes are viral in nature, and are generally not dangerous and are self limiting. One exception to this is Scarlet Fever, the combination of Strep throat and rash (the rash usually only involves the face and chest but can be more extensive). Strep infections require antibiotic treatment for cure and prevention of complications. Consider a screen for recurrent or persistent Strep infection ...Read more
Fever of 103 for the past week weird rash all over her body. She has body aches and trouble breathing been seen by two doctors and ER visit?
Depends on Rash: Strep infections can cause fever and fine, sandpaper-like rash on body. Typically DX with throat swab. Several viral infections can include symptoms of fever/rash. Fever typically seen and gradually resolves first 3-5 dys of viral illness. More urgent concern with rash developing that is darker in color and does not blanch (petechiae). Progressive difficulty breathing should be evaluated asap. ...Read more
I recently took my 2 1/2 year old to the ER because he had a fever of 104.3 it's been 3 days now he has a rash all over his body almost looks like red little pimples along with a mild fever and diiharrea what could this be?
Viral rash: Although it is impossible to say for sure without actually looking at the rash, the sequence of events (fever, then rash) would suggest that this is a viral rash, such as roseola. If the temperature is coming down and your child is drinking and acting fairly normally, symptomatic treatment and observation are all that are needed. If worried--call your pediatrician! ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
What could possibly cause purple dottie rash all over the body and extreme weight loss, depletion of platelets? Also depletion of blood causing a need for both blood and platelets transfusions and a low grade fever! Something is depleting everything my s
This: This sounds like thrombocytopenic purpura. It can be caused by a variety of conditions, but sometimes there is no cause identified (in which case it's called idiopathic.) if she is not being seen by a hematologist, she definitely should be. Has she been exposed to heparin? This is a common intravenous or subcutaneous medication that can cause a similar picture in patients who are sensitive to it. ...Read more
I have an itchy rash all over my body except my face for a week. Had blood test done to see my white cell count. No fever, but upset tummy and fatigue?
Not enough info: A detailed history and visualization of your skin rashes are needed for proper diagnosis and treatment. By your description, it looks like your skin rashes were there for sometimes but I don't have info on how long the other symptoms are. Those might associate or are different entities and have different diagnosis and treatment. You should make an appointment to see a doctor for proper care. ...Read more
Last wk my son had strep this wk I came down w red, itchy bumps/rash all over my body. No sore throat or fever, could it be related or other cause?
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Son has a rash all over his body except head and face. A little itchy. Hands and feet have little tiny blisters. No fever no mouth sores?
Need Dermtologist: A widespread rash such as what you have described especially with blistering demands immediate attention preferably by a dermatologist. Without fever in an otherwise healthy individual conditions such as allergic reactions or immune mediated blistering diseases need to be considered and worked up by a dermatologist. ...Read more