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Eczema Onset Of Rash After Fever Ends
My 18 months old has developed a fever 38.2C, is drooling a lot, vomits snot like liquid, has a small prickly rash on neck and his eczema has exploded?
Go to ER/Dr: Right now. This assortment of symptoms is very concerning to me. ...Read more
Most bumps and blotches on a newborn baby are harmless and clear up by themselves. By far the most common skin problem in infants is diaper rash. Diaper rash is an irritation of the skin caused by dampness, urine, or feces. Most babies who wear diapers will have some type of diaper rash. However, there are other skin disorders that can cause rashes. These are usually not serious unless ...Read more
My son has what looks like a chicken pox rash. He also has a persistent cough, fever, earache. He has eczema spots look like cold sites on this?
Rash w fever: He may not have chicken pox but certainly some viral exam rheumatoid infection call his pediatricuan or go to er. ...Read more
3 yr old has strep throat and a rash on her wrists and neck. She typically has exzema, is there a good way to know if it is that or scarlet fever?
Needs treatment: She needs antibiotics either way. Scarlet fever is strep throat with a rash and is treated with antibiotics. If the erash improves a lot after antibiotics- it was likely scarlet fever...If it clears only a little, then most likely was more eczema. Scarlet fever rash may also peel a little bit when healing. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I have had migraines for three weeks now. I see auras, feel tired all the time, have fever, full body aches, and eczema. Please help!
See HA specialist: Once a diagnosis of migraine with aura has been made and episodes are longer the professional management is warranted. Migraine is a condition that causes attacks of headaches. Other symptoms such as feeling sick, numbness or vomiting, sensitive to light and sound are also common. See a headache specialist for migraine management. ...Read more
3 yo is restless...Toss turns & wakes frequently. Eczema is spreading up arms and on face...Not sure if related. No fever. Should we be concerned?
Itching: Eczema can cause a lot of itching in children and disturb their sleep quite a bit. Talk with your doctor about using a medication (steroid or non-steroid cream/ointment) to reduce the irritation. Keep your baby cool- when he's hot, he may itch more. Try to prevent him from scratching- it just makes it worse. Use a good moisturizer several times a day. ...Read more
My 15 month old had his first fever 103.2 3 weeks ago. Motrin helped, lasted 3 days. He had 101.7 last night after a day of irritability and has had what looks like eczema for a couple months. Worry?
I have a solid lump in gland under my right ear, been there since childhood. Is this normal?No pain/fever but i'm often run down & eczema in that area
Normal? probably not: Are headaches normal? Well no, but it can be a common complaint. So, are solid lumps under the ear normal? Probably not, although there may be a reasonable explanation. Since you have had this since childhood, most likely this is not dangerous; however, since you are uncertain as to what this is, it deserves an answer. To determine the answer, you truthfully need to specifically ask your doctor. ...Read more
Maybe, but many…: …other possibilities: any new detergents/ soaps, perfumes, laundry softener, rings or bracelets, gloves. Any new exposure to chemicals (oven cleaners, cleansers, bleach)? These & a host of other things need to be considered. Might try otc Cortaid (hydrocortisone) to see if that improves rash. If not, see dermatologist or allergist. ...Read more
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