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Rash on the torso following flu treatment. Is it related to flu?

My nephew recently had the flu which lasted about 7 days. He now has a rash COVERING his entire torso. His only known allergy is a peanut allergy which has never caused a rash. He hasn t eaten anything new/different. The only change is some new pajamas for Christmas, but the rash is localized to the torso, and a few splotches on the face, but nothing on legs or arms. Could this be related to the recent flu virus? He currently has no fever and no other complaints other than some itching
Asked On : Sun, 30 Dec 2012
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the antibiotics and vitamins given in flue can cause thiss even pcm brufen anddisprin orfever cause this
withdraw all medicines
give warm water
give aniallergic ebastine 10 mg night for 3 wk
apply calamine ltion on rash area
it will take 3 wk to subside after the stop of flue medicined
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