The Cause Of Watery Rashes That Feels Itchy Accompanied By Fever And Colds In Children 2 Years Who Have Had Chicken Pox
Doc, I want to ask. My 20-month-old child starts to run away from his body like a chickenpox rash, even though my child has already had chicken pox before. Then he added the body heat + cold. The rash has water and it keeps on gatel. The blisters on the ears are also rich, can the cause be from a food allergy or what is that? Then what is the medicine? Please, please doc, please help. Thank you dock!
Thank you for the question.
The appearance of a watery rash that feels itchy with a fever and pickles can indeed indicate your child has chickenpox. Most often, chickenpox occurs only once in a person. However, if the immune system is not good, it is not impossible that this disease recurs more than once.
In addition to chickenpox, complaints such as your child may arise due to other triggers, for example shingles, herpetiformis dermatitis, impetigo, folliculitis, mites or other insect bites, measles, burns, allergic or irritant contact dermatitis, drug eruptions, and etc.
If your child has a fever that has lasted more than 3 days, or if the rash on his body seems to spread to various parts of the body, you should check it immediately to the doctor, pediatrician, or dermatologist. That way, of course the doctor can give him the best treatment so that the complaints also subsided.
In the meantime, don't give your child any drugs. Safer, first make the following efforts before seeing a doctor:
Give the child paracetamol so that the fever subsides
Wash your child so that his body is clean, but do not over-rub his skin
Do not also squeeze or slash rashes on the child's body
Give children clothes that are soft and loose
Keep the child away from things that make him allergic
Do not allow children to exchange personal items with others
Give children more drinking water, breast milk, and high-value MPASI variations
Hope this helps ...