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Rash After Fever Adults
Which meds r proven to help with adult stills disease? Swelling, rashes, pain, fevers) im currently on asulfadine n dapro, it doesn't work
It depend: There are many drugs depending on the severity of the condition. Nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (nsaids). Glucocorticoids. People with high-fever spikes, severe joint symptoms or complications with their internal organs might require glucocorticoids, such as prednisone, methotrexate. The medication Methotrexate (rheumatrex, trexall) has been used successfully in a small series of people Read more
Fever for 2/3 days, pimple like non itchy rash that doesn't go past waist. Sore muscles, headaches for a wk. Highly contagious, adult & kids infected?
Atypical fever in Adult Onset Stills Disease? Several symptoms line up, including blotchy salmon rash, fatigue, sore muscles, some joint pain. Etc. Except the fevers are generally every couple weeks and usually low grade instead of daily spiking.
I work with children and have been exposed to hand-foot-and-mouth recently. I have a fever of 101 and muscle aches/ unwell feeling, but no blisters or rash yet. Should I just treat it like a cold, or could hand-foot-mouth present like this in adults?
Can a baby with after fever who has rashes all over the body to use fan or should he be using aircon in a room?
My 13 months old daughter has a colds and fever at night time for 2 nights already, and yesterday the fever stop and small pink rashes appeared in bod?
Rash in a child: Good that the fevers have stopped. That is something important to watch. Often, a rash may appear as the immune system recognizes the problem (the virus) and destroys it, creating a temporary rash. The appearance of the rash can tell a lot about the type of infection- such as measles, chicken pox, etc. Hopefully your child has been immunized properly. If doubts about her health, go to the doctor. Read more
Needs to be seen: Please take your child to the pediatrician, we cannot help you online, good luck Read more
Hard to tell: Proper assessment will require some history, an exam & possibly lab work. This could be as simple as a transient virus or a more worrisome auto-immune disorder. I would have this evaluated by the child's physician when you can arrange it. If the kid is taking fluids well & playful at least part of the time it can wait until office hours. If the kid is not, start with an urgent care center. Read more
I have unexplained rashes on the sides of my back and rib areas, it's very red and painful and I'm starting to have a fever, what could it be?
Hard to say.: Skin rashes, without being able to see them, are an absolute nightmare to a primary care dr. See your gp or derm. Read more
Scarlet Fever: Due to toxins produced by streptococcus pyogenes, the rash is red, with slight elevations of parts of the skin producing a sandpaper like feel, and the redness blanches with pressure. There is usually pallor around the mouth. The rash can involve most of the body, often beginning on the trunk. Read more