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What other symptoms are caused by german measles?

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Dr. Noel Alonso
Pediatrics
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In brief: Non-specific

German measles (rubella) in adults and older children is usually a self limited illness characterized by "flu"-like symptoms (i.
S. Fever, coughing, a rash) and is usually short-lived. It can present as stillbirth or with serious birth defects if acquired transplacentally during the first trimester. It msy sldo give a rash.

In brief: Non-specific

German measles (rubella) in adults and older children is usually a self limited illness characterized by "flu"-like symptoms (i.
S. Fever, coughing, a rash) and is usually short-lived. It can present as stillbirth or with serious birth defects if acquired transplacentally during the first trimester. It msy sldo give a rash.
Dr. Noel Alonso
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Dr. Heidi Fowler
Psychiatry
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In brief: German Measle Sx's

German Measles (AKA Rubella or 3 Day Measles) symptoms may include fever (usually 102 or lower), joint pain, loss of appetite, feeling tired, nasal congestion,sore throat, cough, red eyes, headache & swollen & tender lymph nodes (posterior cervical & sub occipital).
The most prominent symptom is a fine light red to pink rash which begins on the face and moves to the trunk and extremities. It is >

In brief: German Measle Sx's

German Measles (AKA Rubella or 3 Day Measles) symptoms may include fever (usually 102 or lower), joint pain, loss of appetite, feeling tired, nasal congestion,sore throat, cough, red eyes, headache & swollen & tender lymph nodes (posterior cervical & sub occipital).
The most prominent symptom is a fine light red to pink rash which begins on the face and moves to the trunk and extremities. It is >
Dr. Heidi Fowler
Dr. Heidi Fowler
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Dr. Heidi Fowler
often itchy. It usually fades w/i 3 to 5 days. A higher fever may be seen in adults.
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