Roseola Infantum (herpes) Appears When Fever Is High?
In the evening why should every ankle I have a high fever should leave the oseola infantum? My Ank is 2.5 years old … please pay attention to every time you have a fever like that … why u0026amp; is the danger of remembering that often? Is it due to allergy? Trs what drugs are suitable given for my ank? Terimkaash
Hello Cholifatul Mukarrohmah, thank you for asking at HealthReplies.com.
Roseola infantum is a disease condition caused by herpes virus infection in children aged 6 months to 2 years which generally will cause symptoms of high fever and then appear pink spots on the entire body after the fever has decreased. This disease itself is a disease that generally stands alone and almost never accompanies other diseases. Also note that this disease can heal by itself and rarely cause complications, except if the fever is very high, can cause febrile seizures in children.
If every time your child has a fever and reddish spots are found, it is highly recommended that you immediately take him to a pediatrician, because the disease that causes symptoms like that is not only roseola, but can also be caused by other diseases such as measles, measles German chickenpox, dengue fever, or even severe body infections. The doctor will carry out a thorough examination of both your child's complaint and physical condition, and if necessary, from some other additional tests to determine whether this is indeed caused by Roseola infantum disease or due to other conditions.
Regarding whether this can be caused by an allergic reaction, the answer may be that these symptoms appear as an allergic reaction of the body to something (for example the component of germs that attack, allergic reactions to drugs). But dialysis is indeed an infectious roseola disease, as previously explained that this disease is caused by a herpes virus infection, and has nothing to do with allergies.
For the most appropriate medicines, the most recommended are medicines that have been given by the doctor who treats your child, because the drugs must have been adjusted to your child's condition and complaints. If you have not been treated and the fever is high enough, it is recommended to try giving the drug paracetamol or ibuprofen in accordance with the dosage on the package to help relieve fever in your child. It is also recommended to help reduce fever by compressing and providing adequate fluid intake for your child.
I hope this helps.