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Cough, bumps allover the neck and face. Should medication be taken for this condition?

My son and I both have a cough, which we have had for maybe 5 days now. Now we are breaking out all over our neck and face with tiny flesh toned bumps that feel like sandpaper. We haven t had a sore throat so I have refrained from going to the doctor and treated our cough at home with prescription cough medicine from the past. Should we be seen for the rash?
Asked On : Sat, 28 Jul 2012
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ENT Specialist 's  Response

Welcome in H.C.M.

Regarding your cough and erruptions over face, and similar condition of your son it appears as both of you are having some erruptive fever, most of the times these are viral but they are contageous and may spread to other via air currents.

My suggestion is please consult your physician for physical examination, necessary investigations and finally treatment as to avoid complications.


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