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Child have strep, nausea, excessive thirst, rash on cheek. Cause and cure?

My 5 year old was strep positive 2 weeks ago. Symptoms (low grade fever , nausea , excessive thirst, rash on cheek) started up again the day after our 1st round of antibiotics were complete. Another strep test was done and it came back negative. Received antibiotics just in case while the sample was sent out to be double checked. Other than strep, what would cause this? My daughter is a healthy eater (Fruit and vegi daily), yet she s been sick with one thing or another 6 of the last 8 weekends.
Asked On : Wed, 20 Mar 2013
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thanks for your query
History seems that your child is suffering from Exanthematous illness, its a systemic viral infection, affects mainly skin and oral mucosa with flue like symptomatology.
Treatment for this is just supportive and no need of antibiotics as you given 1st round.
If she had fever or malaise give antipyretics Like febrex plus along with antihistaminics
Also give her multivitamines and apetizers that will boost the immunity.
Many thanks, take care. bye.
Answered: Fri, 19 Jul 2013
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