red rash? advice pls :)

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  1. bidsy

    bidsy Well-Known Member

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    My 2 year old woke up day befroe yesterday and was sick 7 times during the course of the morning, bringing up all fluids. Took him to docs at 12 and doc said nothing to worry about no temp or anything. He booked up and was full of beans for the afternoon and kept fluids down. Came to bath him and had a pin prick type red rash on his body not arms or legs. Has been fine but rash looks like spread to legs and arms and kneck. Has one red spot on his side, do you think it could be chicken pox?
     
  2. Squeakz

    Squeakz Well-Known Member

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    does ot fade when u hold a glass to ot. choclen pox looks like blisters.....od call nhs direct tbh about any raah. hope hea ok x
     
  3. bidsy

    bidsy Well-Known Member

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    ye done the tumbler test the rash does fade, it looks like german measles but he's had MMR vaccination. If its worse in morning gonna take him back to gp.
     
  4. busymummy

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    Immunisation doesn't always work. I'd say take him back to be checked x
     
  5. bidsy

    bidsy Well-Known Member

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    Well he's ended up with chicken pox red blisters only a dozen so far. :/
     
  6. Pudds86

    Pudds86 Well-Known Member

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    I was going to say sounds like measles hun x
     
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    babyem Well-Known Member

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    Hope hes feeling better! X

    tapatalking x
     
  8. HyunAllen

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    How is he doing now?
     
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    The red rashes only due to hot whether or some wetting of baby . Like his clothes or something . Babies blood are so sensitive that it get allergy easily
     

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