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Red and hot cheeks, 13 month old, temperature is 99-100 degree F. - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 21-Feb-2012
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User :   Hi, my 13 month old daughter gets red and hot cheeks in theafternoon. She runs and play and acts fine. During the day her cheeks are fine. Some time her temperature is around 99-100 degree F.
Doctor :   Hi
User :   Gud evening Dr. since yesterday my 13 month old daughter gets red and hot cheeks in the afternoon. she runs and play fine. last night her temperature was around 100.4 F. Her appetite is less
Doctor :   Since when have you noticed these rashes?
Doctor :   Are these seen since just a day??
User :   we noticed rashes 2 days before and still continues.
Doctor :   Ok
Doctor :   And the temperature that you mentioned is seen only at night is it?
User :   yes. Temperature was high yesterday only. and now also she is having slight temperature. today morning she was fine
Doctor :   Does she feel cold during fever?
Doctor :   Does she shiver when she gets temperature goes high?
User :   we are in Shillong, here weather is cold but she is not shivering when temperature is high
Doctor :   Do you have any other associated symptoms such as nasal congestion, vomiting, cough, breathing problem along with the fever?
Doctor :   Is she eating well?
User :   no symptoms such as mentioned. but she is not eating well.
Doctor :   Is she allergic to any thing?
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