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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...