Step 4: Read and complete the decision guide to learn more about your symptoms.
Rash in Children
Your child does not have clear fluid-filled blisters that are grouped together and painful. That describes shingles, a rash caused by a return of the chickenpox virus.
When you look at your child's rash, do you see pus-filled blisters, or a bumpy red rash that's covered by a honey-colored crust?