Red Fever After A Fever In Children Aged 6 Years.?
At night, short story I want to ask … 1 week or 5 days ago my child had a high fever, cough and pilet, was taken to the hospital at the blood check it turned out that his high fever was from inflammation, now what I want to ask, why after the fever my child is itchy, red, 6-year-old … what’s the medicine?
Good morning, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. Fever that appears followed by red spots can occur due to various possibilities, including:
Singapore Flu Chickenpox Measles German Measles Measles Kawasaki Scarlet Fever
Naturally, if the first time the diagnosis is inflammation because the initial phase of these diseases may be difficult to distinguish from ordinary inflammatory diseases. But after a rash like this, the diagnosis can turn into one of the possibilities above. Our advice, you should bring your child back to the pediatrician to evaluate his condition. Your pediatrician may repeat questions about your child's course and medical history, especially if you have previously checked with a general practitioner. Some of these diseases can disappear by themselves and are not dangerous, so you don't need to worry too much, but on the other hand you still have to have your child checked.
In the meantime, what you can do at home is still to give the medicine that was recommended by the doctor beforehand, which when it is finished may take special child-lowering drugs which are sold freely by first reading the rules of use. Do not buy antibiotics carelessly because this can actually be dangerous for your child. We recommend that you prepare a thermometer at home and measure the fever every 6 hours or so to convey it to your pediatrician. Compress the forehead with a warm compress, and provide warm food and drinks such as hot tea and chicken soup. So, hopefully answering your question.