Is eye redness or discharge a symptom of scarlet fever?

Scarlet fever. Eye redness is not typically a symptom of scarlet fever. Scarlet fever is associated with group a streptococcal infection most prevalently of the tonsils and has a typcial scarletiniform rash and and hence the name scarlet fever.

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I have little red bumps everywhere. Is it possible that this is scarlet fever?

Scarlet F= extensive. Scarlet fever is a term we apply when one has a group a strep infection that causes an extensive rash. The strep toxin enters the blood & begins to show up as an extensive sunburn like, flat rash that feels like sand paper. The patient will be expected to have high fever & the rash starts within 12 hrs of the fever. Red bumps can occur with strep but are not consistent with sf. Read more...

Red eye & discharge wen wearing contacts. Changed dem nd same thing occurs. Is something wrong with my eye or were d 2 contacts infected?

Eye infection. Take out contact lens until seen and treated by your private physician. Definitely see your physician ASAP. Read more...
No contacts See doc! It sounds like you are having an eye infection from your contacts (acute conjunctivitis). Remove the contacts immediately and see a physician - an eye specialist if possible. You need to get antibiotic eye drops right away, and are at great risk for corneal damage and loss of vision. Go quickly! Read more...