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Rash on face spread to whole body. Taken Piriton, antibiotics. No relief. What is this rash?

My daughter is 9 yrs old, she as cum out in rash it started on face bt as now covered her whole body, taken her to one doctor he said he doesn t no wot it may be and gave me some pirtion, then it spreaded more so went and seen another doctor who said it could be either viral or bacterial infection , so gave me some antibiotics . The rash/spots on face as faded bt have gone onto other side of face. Tonight she is being sick. Do u know wot this could be?? Thanks a worried mother.
Asked On : Fri, 3 Aug 2012
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Hi rash on face followed by rash all over thre body without any fever or fever after 5days indicates that is not viral exanthem or dengue fever.fever might be in this case is due to secondary should be treated with atarax 25 mg at night.antibiotic ceftriaxone twice daily and application of calamine lotion can cure it.if no response start oral steriods
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