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Small red dots on ankles, constant pain around belly button and throat pain. Is it appendicitis?

My daughter is 14 and has had a few small red dots around both her ankles and on top both of her feet for about a week or more. She also mentioned that her legs ached a couple of days ago. Now for the past 3 days she has been complaining of almost constant pain around her belly button. It is a little sore when I press on her stomach in that area. She had a temperature of about 99.2 last night. She also complained about a slight sore throat . What could it be? I am really worried. She already menstruates and finished about 1.5 weeks ago. She also had a lot of trouble with strept throat infections when she was smaller. Could it be appendicitis?
Asked On : Sun, 17 Feb 2013
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The pain and the symptoms that she is having are likely to be due to a generalized viral infection. The throat infection can be viral or bacterial in nature. The symptoms are not likely to be due to appendicitis. However a direct physical examination will help in the confirmation.
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Answered: Tue, 19 Feb 2013
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