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Infant with small raised spots on the chest, fever. Blood and urine test normal. Reaction to amoxicillin?

my 2 1/2 year old grandaughter has tiny raised dots predominantly covering all of her chest . They are not red but appeared after 14 days of high fevers of 103 followed by fevers of 94.5. Went into hospital 3 times and blood test , urine test and throat swab showed nothing. The dots were originally red and some of the doctors that saw her thought it might be a reaction to amoxicilin . The dots have remained. They are not itchy but this is not her skin. What is it that the doctors might be missing?
Asked On : Mon, 13 Aug 2012
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Welcome to Healthcare Magic Forum,
It might very well be a viral exanthem which is usually not very significant and usually fades of after a week or so. AS long as she is asymptomatic, you need not worry about it. Make sure it doesn't increase, in such a case, u need to see a dermatologist.
Hope your child gets well soon.
Answered: Tue, 14 Aug 2012
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