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Thursday, July 24, 2014

Roseola in Babies | Roseola Adults

Roseola in Babies
Commonly known as viral rash and is very common among babies aged 6 to 12 months old.  A baby infected with this virus starts with very high fever that normally last 2 to 3 days but in some rare cases lasts up to 8 days. When infected there is a sudden fever typically at 38C and it gradually increases until it reached 40C. During the course of the fever a child may get very irritated, loss of appetite or in some rare cases a child may vomit or suffers diarrhea.
After 3 days the fever will suddenly dropped and gone the rashes begins to appear usually from the trunk of a child. You will not notice it up until it gets into the child’s back, feet and finally into the face. A child may get very irritable with sudden loss of appetite.

Roseola Treatment for Babies
There is no treatment for this virus nor is anti-biotic not acceptable for treatment. The best remedy for roseola virus is keep your child well hydrated and Paracetamol. Food intake is a must especially when the child is vomiting. Monitor your child’s development like temperature and food intake. Keep in mind that no treatment for this virus it will just run its course.

Roseola in Adults
Statistics have shown that roseola adults are much lesser than in babies. Roseola contagious but it occasionally affects adults as their immune system is much stronger than of a child. An adult who has roseola virus is experiencing high fever that normally last 2-3 days associated with loss of appetite and head ache. 

Roseola Treatment for Adults.
There is no treatment for this virus as it will run its course. Just maintain a person’s body hydrated and keep yourself isolated if you have children as roseala is highly contagious among children as discussed above.

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