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13months old having on and off cough, bad thrush ssen in throat wih red rash. Any ideas ?

Hey my nephew is 13months,has had a cough on n off for a few months n on inhalers,then 2weeks ago developed a fever for a few days and was told it was viral and discovered yesterday he has bad thrush in his throat n back of mouth n Tongue ,he now has blotchy red rash over Arms and legs which goes White when you press it ... Any ideas?
Asked On : Tue, 20 Nov 2012
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hello good evening, by the query you have posted and the symptoms you have told it looks like asthma with atopic dermatitis . the reason he has a bad oral thrush may be because of any inhaler he isn using with the steroidal dased drug, off course 13 month olsd child will need a spacer to use the inhalers. so please re check with your doctor for better assessment, also the skin condition you told might be atopic dermatitis or acute urticaria. The treatment and diagnosis will be better if examined by a doctor. thank you.
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