Protect Toddlers from Transmission of Roseola Infantum

Reddish rash and high fever are not always symptoms of measles or rubella. This condition may be one of the symptoms of transmission of the roseola infantum virus. Proper handling will prevent toddlers from dangerous risks. The roseola infantum virus often attacks infants aged six months to 1.5 years. Generally this virus is not dangerous, sometimes even this condition is not detected because the symptoms are general. Even so, you still have to be vigilant if this condition attacks your baby, because roseola including infectious diseases. Various Symptoms of Roseola Infantum The emergence of roseola is usually characterized by several symptoms, including: High fever suddenly. Cough, runny nose and sore throat. Mild diarrhea. Reddish rash. Loss of appetite. Swollen glands in the neck. Swelling of the eyelids. Fever will usually go down after 3-4 days. After that, a pink rash that usually appears on the back, stomach, or chest. The rash can feel itchy, and sometimes it can
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