Fever and rash on face and palms?

Infection, see md. This represents an infection- viral, strep most likely. Rarely the can also represent other rarer infections which can be serious. It is i portent to be seen for examination and series of blood tests to determine cause. Untreated this may involve internal organs- heart, kidney etc.

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My child has a slight fever and a light rash on face. What are these symptoms of?

Viral exanthum. Rashes associated with fever in children are often caused by viral infections. We call these 'exanthums'. These rashes are generally harmless and go away when the infection resolves. Rashes associated with very high fevers, lethargy, rapid progression, vomiting or other concerning symptom require immediate evaluation. Rash associated with sore throat can be Strep infection & requires Rx meds. Read more...

What do you suggest if my child has a slight fever and a light rash on face what could it be?

Viral exanthum. Rashes associated with fever in children are often caused by viral infections. We call these 'exanthums'. These rashes are generally harmless and go away when the infection resolves. However, rashes associated with very high fevers, lethargy, rapid progression, vomiting or other concerning symptom require immediate evaluation. . Read more...

I have fever and rash in my face and sometimes I feel pain in my back what these symptoms would be?

Autoimmune disease. Worse one to consider are lupus dermatitis with joint symptoms ... But could be just a simple rash with incidental back pain findings ... Apologize not much help to you ! best would be a primary care md visit! Read more...

What might be the cause of fine rash on face after having fever for two days? She is 21 years old. Tnx.

Viral exanthem. after a virus, there is frequently a rash. Since it sounds like a viral infection, a rash is not uncommon. of course it could be something else, but wait for it to go away on its own for a week. if it persists, have a doctor look into it. Read more...
Rule out strep. Fever followed by a fine rash could be due to strep & is called scarlet fever. Get seen today for evaluation. If a rapid strep test is done & is negative, ask for a throat culture to confirm. Rapid strep tests can have false negatives 1 to 3 out of 10 times and miss a lot of strep when negative results are not confirmed. If she should get worse, shortness of breath, severe headache, etc. to ER. Read more...

14 month old fever getting to 103 rash on face and diarreah the next day?

Stomach virus. This combination is most likely a stomach virus but could be a sign of something more serious. It is important to make sure the baby gets plenty to drink, pedialyte might be a good idea. Each day, the highest fever should be lower than the day before and the baby should act normally when the fever comes down. If the baby is not alert and playful when the fever is near normal, seek medical care. Read more...

Took my 14 month old to doc for fever and rash they did CBC differential which at the time showed basically that she may have a cold WBC was good. Shes gotten wors and rubs her head now not sure if its just a common headache or a sign of something else sh

Likely benign illnes. Most 24mo with fever & a rash will have one of many viral illnesses that occur at that age & most have many systems affected by the illness as it spreads through the system. Headache is common in febrile kids old enough to articulate the feeling. A normal CBC is good news & a good basic screen for bad germs. The process should improve gradually or seek a recheck if the kid seems to fade again. Read more...

My baby has fever blister on tongue n redness of gums n 2 pimple lik rash on face with v poor appetite?

Call pediatrician. Please call your pediatrician. They will know how to direct your baby's care. They will also know best your baby's particular situation. I hope you seek help soon, and take care.. Read more...
Maybe herpetic virus. If you or someone close to the baby has herpes -- cold sores, etc. Then it is possible that your baby has gotten them. What you described is consistent with a primary (1st time) herpetic infection. Get to the pediatrician asap for diagnosis and any treatment. Read more...