Suggest treatment for roseola, fever, rashes on body and intermittent vomiting
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In Roseola, the rash appears after the virus has left the body. this means that even though the rash may still remain in some form, if there is no fever she is not contagious. As long as she does not have fever, she can visit her great grandparents. They are not at risk.
We start with one teaspoon every 15 minutes for the first hour. 2 teaspoons every 15 minutes for the second hour. We continue to add a teaspoon each hour as long as she doesn't throw up.
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