I have a rash and fever?

Viral rash. This sounds like a typical viral rash that can accompany viral infections and tends to manifest towards the end of the illness when the fever has started subsiding. A rash and fever can also point to meningitis therefore if you have associated headache or neck pain or vomiting you need to see a doctor immediately.

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What to do if I have a rash and a fever?

Go see your doctor. If you have high fever which is lasting more than 24 hours and or if the rash does not blanch, you should see your dcotro and get a blood count(cbc and platelet count) checked. Read more...

My ANA test came back positive (speckled) the titter was 320. What does this mean? I have rash, fatigue, joint pain, fever. What dr should I see next?

See a rheumatologist. With a positive ANA and the symptoms you describe, systemic lupus needs to be ruled out. Read more...
Rheumatologsit. Your symptoms are non-specific but are certainly suggestive of lupus (sle). While many people with a positive ANA turn out not to have lupus, your clearly need to be evaluated by a rheumatologist. Ask your pcp for a referral or obtain a list of local rheumatologsits from the american college of rheumatology at rheumatology, org. Read more...

I have an allergic skin rash. Can hay fever give rashes?

No. Hay fever is more of alleric rhinitis.Pt have sneezing, runny nose, itchy eyes, but alllergic skin rash present with a rash that pt is allergic to-canbe from foods, lotion or anything that come to contact. Read more...
Usually not. "hay fever" refers to the sneezing, itching and nasal congestion of allergic reactions to pollens, most commonly to the weed pollens and molds that are common during the time of year that hay is being harvested. Only in the most exquisitely allergic do these reactions cause rashes. Allergic rashes are very difficult to diagnose; see an allergist or dermatologist for help with this. Read more...
Possible. While other symptoms of hay fever are traced to breathing pollens and other allergens, hay fever can often be traced to allergens coming in direct contact with the skin. If you are working in the yard, for instance, you may be touching various pollens in flowers or plants. Have it evaluated by your doctor. Read more...

I think I was around a colleague in office today who might have measles. He has a rash and fever. What are the chances that I could get it too.

If he truly has ... ...the measles, the chances you will get it are very high if you have not been vaccinated. It is VERY contagious. But even though we have heard a lot about measles lately, at least here in the US, most people around the world have been vaccinated. Many other, usually viral, diseases cause a rash and fever. Wash your hands, practice sensible hygiene, and find out what he had if you can! Stay well! Read more...

Recurrent fever and rash in 1 month. Whats up?

Untreated strep? See do tor for examination and throat culture to rule out strep infection which can cause fever and rash. Untreated this can lead to internal involvement. Read more...

What is the definition or description of: fever and rash?

Viral exanthem? Fever with a rash usually indicates an infection. Description of rash on the body can vary. Flat lesions (macule), palpable rash (papules), one with clear fluid (vesicles), rash with pus (pustules), rash with scales (scaly), darker rashe (hyperchromic), and rash with absent color (hypochromic) are the usual description of rash. Rashes caused by chicken pox, measles, german measles, etc. Vary. Read more...
Temp and red... Fever= elevated body temperature rash: usually red, possibly itchy patch, may have vesicles or blister or "weep" fluid. Can be raised or flat; many, many presentations. A fever can and often does precipitate a rash. Read more...