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Had fever ache and pains, given curam duo. Having rash on palms and feet with sore throat. Suggest?

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Had fever ache and pains, thought getting flew went to doctor was givenCuram Duo 500/125 by Sandoz Splotchy rash some blisters in lines itchy at first but not now these only on palms and bottoms of the feet. Still has saw throat and been on antibiotics. For. 4 Days rash is settling down as you can see from photos but would like to know the cause as around Children.
Posted Thu, 27 Jun 2013 in Skin Hair and Nails
Answered by Dr. Balaji Chinnasami 59 minutes later
Thanks for your query to Healthcare magic.
From what you describe it is probably a viral exanthematous illness , since the problem is getting better, it is self limiting illness, only if there is any worsening of symptoms, please get a follow up with your doctor. blood tests may be needed to confirm diagnosis. viral exanthematous illness are usually infectious, it is better to avoid too much close contact with your children until you become better.

Dont worry, you will become better. im happy to answer any further queries.

Take care,
Dr. Balaji Chinnasami, MD
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