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Baby had diarrhea, blood in stool. Prescribed antibiotics for URI. Broke into rashes. Reason?

Hello,about a week ago my 7 month old had diarreah was fussy and a small amount of blood in stool along with a fever. I gave her pedialite since she refused to drink her formula,I took her to the e.r they said it was a uri,I followed up with her doctor as soon as I could he requested a stool sample & gave her a antibiotic , because he thinks its salmonella . i was given orders ro give my daughter the antibiotic as soon as i returned the stool sample so it can be tested only thing is instead if the diarreah her stools became normal. So I didn t give her the antibiotic. Now she broke out into a rash,she s fine happy & playful but what s the cause of the rash?? HELP!
Asked On : Tue, 12 Mar 2013
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Looks like your little one has developed fever with rash mostly due to some virus.Since now there is no loose motions with blood you can relax and this viral fever will resolve in few days.However see to it your daughter is well hydrated and eats well balanced diet.You could apply calamine lotion if the rash is itchy to soothe her.At present you could just fix up an appointment with her docter for confirmation of the dignosis .
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Answered: Wed, 13 Mar 2013
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