A Red Rash Appears After A Fever In A Child?
hello, I want to ask if the red rash is a sign of or after fever? because my child after the fever went down and the pain disappeared, then a red rash appeared all over the body and face. Thank you for answering my question.
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The appearance of a red rash after fever and pain all over the body can result from a variety of reasons, including rubella (German measles). This disease is caused by a virus that is transmitted from person to person, for example when in contact with droplets of saliva that come out when a person sneezes or coughs. It could also be, this infection is transmitted from pregnant women to the fetus in the womb through the bloodstream. People with rubella can experience a variety of symptoms, ranging from fever, headache, runny or stuffy nose, red and watery eyes, swollen lymph nodes, joint pain, and a reddish skin rash that spreads from the trunk to the hands and feet.
Children, especially those who do not receive complete immunization, are more at risk of developing rubella. Usually, this disease is transmitted from contact with other children or adults who are close to him. In people with good immunity, rubella is usually not a dangerous infection. However, if your child's immune system is less than optimal, this condition can lead to ear infection (otitis media) or brain infection (encephalitis). Transmission of rubella to a pregnant woman can also cause the fetus in her womb to fail to develop, develop cataracts, deafness, heart problems, intellectual disorders, and other organ damage.
Apart from rubella, there are still many possibilities that can cause a rash on the skin after fever, for example measles (rubeola), dengue fever (dengue fever), hand foot and mouth disease (Singapore flu), varicella (chickenpox), atopic dermatitis with secondary infection ), scarlet fever, and so on.
Therefore, if this condition occurs in your child, you should check it directly with the doctor or the nearest pediatrician. Treatment of your child's condition can be done in a variety of ways, from observation, administering medication to more intensive care at home. sick.
In the meantime, you can first do the following steps:
Keep the child's body clean, that is by regularly washing them and wearing clean clothes Give the child the understanding not to scratch, peel off, or pick out a rash that appears on the skin Let the child rest lots of water Give the child lots of drinking Reduce feeding that can trigger allergies Also avoid children from contact with other substances that can cause allergies. If the child still has a fever, give him paracetamol to reduce the fever. Do not let the child have close contact with other children or adults who are experiencing contagious illnesses. Hope this helps.