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Rash in Children

Your child has rash and fever but does not have painful or stiff joints, the rash is not solid red, warm or painful to the touch, and your child does not have sore throat.

Having rash and fever often is a sign that your child has some type of infection. Most of these infections are mild and go away within a few days. However, some are more serious so it is best to call your doctor today for advice about any rash with fever.


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