Results for: ROSEOLA

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Can a 16 year old get roseola?

Yes they can though it is most commonly found in children ageing 6 months to 2 years of age
In Conditions and Diseases

What is the prognosis for roseola?

Children recover quickly and completely from roseola. The only complications are those associated with seizures, or the rare mononucleosis-like syndrome.
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How is roseola treated?

Acetaminophen or ibuprofen is usually given to try to lower the fever. Children who are susceptible to seizures may be given a sedative medication when the fever first spikes
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What serious symptoms can occur with roseola?

Very rarely, roseola will cause more serious disease. Patients so afflicted will experience significant swelling of the lymph nodes, the liver, and the spleen.
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When does a rash appear with roseola?

around the fifth day, a rash begins on the body. The rash is usually composed of flat pink patches or spots, although there may be some raised patches
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Can herpes virus cause roseola?

There is a type of herpes called HHV6 or HHV7 which can be linked to roseola. It's a virus that can lie dormant in a lot of people but can cause problems if the patient has a (MORE)
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What are the most common symptoms of roseola?

The common symptoms of roseola are having sudden high fever that last up to 2 to 3 days and sometimes even longer and stops suddenly. After that a rosy-pink rash may appear on (MORE)