My daughter is 4 and has had a high fever for about 3 days (103+). I took her to the doc on Wed. She said it was probably just a viral thing, a urinary tract infection, or possibly strep. Told me to watch her. The fever finally ended abruptly on Thursday and I assumed it was just a virus. Then this morning she woke up with a itchy red rash on her torso. It\'s not raised and it doesn\'t have the taletell signs of blisters for chicken pox. It\'s definantly not measles. The doc after consulting with a pediatrician and an RN decided it is Roseola. I have never even heard of it. They said not to worry. What about my 6 year old....Is she going to get it too? Where did this come from? Should I keep her in? Is she still sick as long as the rash is present?
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