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    Baby Rash
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    An_222005 posted:
    Hello I have a 9mth old Grandson who hs a rash all over his body. My daughter took him to drs. and he told her it was Rosella..He still has rash n not getting better..Could this be something other than Rosellia? please help..
     
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    FCL responded:
    How long ago did she take him to the doctor's?
     
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    Louise_WebMD_Staff responded:
    Our information on Roseola says to contact the doctor if the rash diagnosed as roseola lasts more than 4 weeks or if the rash changes to a new rash after 1 week. Read more information about Roseola here.

    Be sure to call the doctor if the symptoms worsen in any case or if you are unsure.


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