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Causes Of Koplik Spots
Measles!: Koplik spots manifest 2-3 days before the measles rash itself. They are clustered white spots on the buccal mucosa opposite the lower 1st & 2nd molars & are pathognomonic for measles. Individuals of any age exposed to the child need to call their doctors. Also, notify the child's pediatrician & the County Health Department. See: www. Cdc. Gov/measles/ for potential complications. ...Read more
I have lupus, 3 days ago got very swollen with white under Lt side of tongue. Now have small red lesion spots on body, cause? Lupus? Measles?
Your symptoms are part of the multiplicity of symptoms that lupus can manifest. Talk to your doc and a rheumatologist. Take a look at this also:
http://www. Healthline. Com/health/lupus/effects-on-body ...Read more
He had measles vac on 3 Oct. Started with rash/spots on tummy on 17 Oct. Which still hasn’t cleared, no other symptoms. Should I be concerned?
Mgt: If he is otherwise well, it should clear up in the next one week or so. ...Read more
Baby of 8months has a face rash (spots) for 2 days. Has a few random spots on thighs and under arms but not nearly as bad as her face. Had a slight temp 5days ago and chesty cough fpr about a week. Could this be measles?
Doubt it: An 8 mo would be covered with the rash and quite ill, to the point you went to the ER. This is likely one of many viral rashes it will have in childhood. ...Read more
Red spots on forehead. Baby w/cough & runny nose on/off & pinkeye-like symptoms that went away in a day. Is this measles?! Scared. Active no fever
Measles has a set of: Symptoms. Preceding the rash, as do many other viral illnesses. All are contagious. The measles & german measles viruses are shed before the rash breaks out, when parents can't know to keep their kids at home. Please complete your sons immunizations to keep him safe. ...Read more
My daughter woke up with red bumps on top of her hands and feet. Now spread to upper leg - looks like red spot with whitish halo. Not measles/pox look?
Your: Daughter needs to see a doctor or you can consult a doctor on prime time showing all the lesions ...Read more
Typical symptoms: Within seven to 14 days after getting infected with the measles, the first symptoms will appear. The earliest symptoms feel like a cold or the flu, with a fever, cough, runny nose, and sore throat. Often the eyes get red and runny. Three to five days later, a red or reddish-brown rash forms and spreads down the body from head to foot. 2-3 days later you may start to see tiny spots inside the mouth ...Read more
Don't infect others: Stay home, rest, and do not infect your friend, coworkers, family and acquaintances. If you have deadly enemies you might want to visit them. ...Read more
Measles starts as red spots on the face then spreads to neck, torso, arms and legs. The red spots can coalesce into large areas of red.
Here is a helpful article about measles :
https://www. Healthychildren. Org/English/health-issues/vaccine-preventable-diseases/Pages/Measles. Aspx ...Read more
Not really: Measles rash occurs after several days of high fever, runny nose, nasty conjunctivitis and often cough. It starts at the head and moves downward and is red and flat and often very expansive all over the body. Hand foot and mouth usually is blistery and occurs on the hands, feet, mouth, and groin areas most commonly. ...Read more
S why do I get migraines only on one side of my head on that side I see black k spots on vision. And I can't see light or hear any thing. Cause it hur?
Measles virus: This has nothing to do with bacteria. It is a measles virus, a member of the paramyxoviridae family. Humans are the only known carrier/host. It can be contained by vaccinating all susceptible humans. It has many possible serious complications which include death in 1/1000 cases. ...Read more
Depends: One of the most common cause is sebaceous hyperplasia which is a benign overgrowth of a glad on the face. They are usually small and raised. Another possibility are xanthelasma which are just fatty deposits under the skin most commonly around the eyes. ...Read more
Freckles?: Freckles and nevi are the usual pigmentations found on the iris. Also, hamartomas, brushfield spots, lisch nodules, inflammatory nodules, adenomas, xanthogranulas, melanomas, iris atrophy, stretch holes are among other iris lesions or spots that can occur but much less common. If your iris spots are new, have them evaluated by an eye md. ...Read more
Several things: This is a problem that requires a face-to-face meeting with your doctor. In that meeting, your doctor will listen to you, perform a throrough examination and possibly order labs or other tests. Based on this information, he/she will be able to tell you what's wrong and what to do about it. ...Read more