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    1 yr. old (rash)
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    mom2ges posted:
    My daughter sophia just turned a yr. old and she keeps getting this rash only on her belly, back, and neck. It is slightly raised little red bumps. shes has it twice in a month. i took her to the hospital the first time and he told me it was scarlett fever becouse she had a high fever with it. But this time she has no other symptoms can someone please explain this
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    irishelle responded:
    It sounds like it's a heat rash. Try to keep her cool. Remember you should always be dressing her the same way you are, try not to over dress her. If you're comfortable in shorts and a tank top she should be dressed accordingly.
     
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    QTpie2009 responded:
    It could be fifths disease. My DS had it when he was about 10 months (not that the age matters) but he had a rash on only his trunk etc..... Look it up on Web MD for more info
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    Ihgirl1066 replied to QTpie2009's response:
    When my son had a high fever he ended up with roseola. But if she didnt have a high fever, i wouldnt think itd be that.


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