Red blisters on torso, neck, other areas all over the body with fever. Suggestions? - Online Doctor Chats
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I am getting red rashes/blisters all over my torso, neck n other areas along with fever from last 3 4 days
on pressing they break with water
started with back thn nxt day on chest n nearby areas n then now even on arms
but those on arms r small red dots
in total around 30 odd blisters all over
Have you been to a doctor?
not itchin though
no as i was travelling
thought i wd ask u once
Have you been on any medications for fever?
Did the rash start after fever?
Have you had such symptoms in the past?
Do you have such rashes in your mouth?
Are you there?
no rashes in mouth
fever is there
but rashes came first
one in back
never had this symptom before
fever cms first
Do you have any nasal bleeding, bruising under the skin, blood in stools, passing blood in the urine?
nothing like that
Exanthematous fever is usually caused by virus and spontaneously heal.
is kind of pox?
We need to examine those rashes individually to confirm the type of infection.
any precautions u suggest
i ll go to a doc
problem is i m in a very remote place n 20 and 21st is India bandh
There are no special precautions here. You need to rest well, avoid close contacts with young children/elderly, drink plenty of fluids, eat healthy diet (plenty of fruits and vegetables), avoid spicy diet.
I understand your condition,
The time depends on body immune status.
Rarely they cause complications in immunocompromised conditions.
So though a visit to a doctor is not required for treatment per se, I would suggest you to see a doctor nearby.
He/she will need to check your general condition (general examination) and perform some routine test
This will aid in smooth recovery.
Specific treatment can be done based on the investigation reports.
As you plan to visit a doctor, I would suggest you to continue fever medications and take some vitamin pills along with those precautions I mentioned.
Have you followed?
Do you have any other query?
thanks for your time
You are most welcome.
Thanks for consulting me and wish you a speedy recovery.
Bye for now.
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