Scarlet Fever affects children from the age of 3-15. Back in the 1800's, there was a high risk of getting Scarlet Fever, but of course they didn't have the technology like we do today. Getting Scarlet fever in today's society is extremely rare and if you do become infected with the disease you will have to take pills for a 10 day period. of course, the pills would have to be prescribed by a doctor.
scarlet fever without a fever is not scarlet fever
It's not the "fever" part that gives Scarlet Fever it's name it's the rash and the red (scarlet) face that comes with it. Obviously you can have a fever with Scarlet fever...but not always. improved answer: Yes, you always get a fever with scarlet fever. scarlet is the colour of the rash and fever is what comes with it.
If I recall the most deaths from it were in Mexico, so I'm going to assume its there that one would have the highest chance of catching scarlet fever.
Scarlet fever mainly affects children. It is a bacterial disease. Scarlet fever can be cured with antibiotics.
What famous people have scarlet fever?
The kingdom scarlet fever is in is the Monera kingdom.
i have no idea where scarlet fever came from srry!
scarlet fever was discovered in the 1700's
Yes, as Scarlet Fever is a noun it is to be capitalized
scarlet fever can be fatal. it causes a lot of pain. the extreme result to scarlet fever is death.
No. Scarlet fever is caused by group A strep.
Scarlet fever mainly attacks young children.
Yes, scarlet fever can be very deadly if caught.
Yes, scarlet fever can be treated with antibiotics
Untreated, the scarlet fever can cause death.
Scarlet fever is caused by streptococcal bacteria.
scarlet fever can attack your eyes you would be blind
Scarlet fever is also known as scarlatina
you can't go swimming with scarlet fever
Your skin is affected by scarlet fever.
Scarlet fever is a contagious disease.
Yes, very infectious! scarlet fever is most common in children and children with scarlet fever are not to go to school.
A Scarlet Fever
scarlet fever is brain fever