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Red itchy bumps on neck, face, arm, rash spreading to chest, stomach. Rubella or allergy?

I am having red itchy bumps on my neck, face, and right right arm which started two days ago. I have taken loratadine yesterday once, and had taken the same medication once today as well. The rash has now spread to my chest, and belly. I also have sore throat just earlier this morning. Could this still be considered an allergy? Or can this be Rubeola or Rubella?
Asked On : Sun, 27 Jan 2013
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definately it is viral and viral have no medicines
the virus can take 3 week to go
medicines dont help but you have to take to prevent furthr infection by bacteria
soar throat is also due to viral spots in thraot
can take symptomatic treatment for 3 week
like antipyretic for fever
analgsi for pain
antiallergic for itch
can apply calamine on skin
and kenacort in mouth as local application
Answered: Thu, 18 Apr 2013
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