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Had a cough, rash broke out and red bumps on body. Why does she have apnea?

Hi my daughter is 1 and has had a cough for 3 months. A rash broke out om her body then went away. It came back a few days ago and now its dark red bumps . The last week whenever she falss asleep she has periods of apenia and vomits excessively while coughing. Im worried something is wrong with her? She doesnt wake up she just lays in her puck?
Asked On : Fri, 11 May 2012
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hi good after noon as per complaint of yr daughter i may feel she may suffering from viral infection or measels or chicken pox ? rashes may also due to worms so is she suffering from fever? if yes you have to do laboratory test and then give her medicine so i think u have to consult yr pediatric physician as soon as possible, dont worry about she dont wake up because she ia ill when she cured she will play so dont west time and consult yr physiciAN
Answered: Tue, 14 May 2013
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