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Having fever and rash with a low IgM. What this illness is ?

Hey im a 24 year old female had a fever type illness for the past 9 days. Fever calmed down but ive still got a rash it isnt as raised. My FBC came back normal today apart from WBC is 13 and Neutrophills 10.45. I also had a rubella blood test for antibodies. My IgM is 0.31 which is low and my IgG is 7.60 which is normal. You any idea what this illness is?
Asked On : Wed, 23 Mar 2011
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  Anonymous's Response
I think I might have the same problem...I'm a male at age 14 and have had this brown rash right under my left Breast. I'm currently putting Shea butter to see if that will help. Ive had this rash since I was 4 maybe and never researched about it or consulted a dermatologist. I really want the "rash" off my chest but all I was informed about it was that I got it when I was sick and had a fever. No itching or burning has ever occured. Please help, I can not find a solution to what this "brown rash" might be
Answered: Wed, 23 Mar 2011
Nephrologist Dr. Rakesh Madhyastha's  Response
welcome to healthcare magic. Looks like u suffered from a viral exanthematous fever. Give it sometime for the rash to settle down since the fever already has. Continue taking antihistaminics. U can apply calosoft lotion locally, it will be of help. If it doesnt subside consult a dermat soon
Answered: Wed, 23 Mar 2011
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