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Do children -- say 14/15 months old --- with dh get a very high fever when they have an outbreak?

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Do children -- say 14/15 months old --- with dh get a very high fever when they have an outbreak?

I have no idea. I got a low grade fever once with mine when the lesions got BIG.

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Mine never has and he was broken out for 7 months straight. I have no idea if it's possible though. See what a big help I am?

I know my older kids though are the kings of viral rashes that appear either out of nowhere or following a cold or illness of some sort. Maybe it's that?

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Thanks you guys. And SPJ&E you did help so don't say you aren't. I just got word today that my nephews daughter had a bad episode which they had to take her to the hospital for. She broke out in a blistering rash & got a high fever so bad that she had seizures from it. My first thought was is this related to celiac? My nephew was offline for a while but I've just heard back from him that they said it was/is hand & mouth (foot & mouth?). He said she gets psoriasis though. He says she's still itchy all over her body & they have her on claritin for the rash & an antibiotic for an ear infection.

Pardon me for being stupid but I had no children & I don't know much about all the stuff they go through.

Our family has been somewhat disjointed/dysfunctional as far as not sticking close with each other so I hadn't had contact with my nephew for a while. I wanted to let him know about celiac & had tracked him down to tell him. Found out his sister, my niece passed away in April. Loved her very much. Drugs & alcohol. sad.gif

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Thanks you guys. And SPJ&E you did help so don't say you aren't. I just got word today that my nephews daughter had a bad episode which they had to take her to the hospital for. She broke out in a blistering rash & got a high fever so bad that she had seizures from it. My first thought was is this related to celiac? My nephew was offline for a while but I've just heard back from him that they said it was/is hand & mouth (foot & mouth?). He said she gets psoriasis though. He says she's still itchy all over her body & they have her on claritin for the rash & an antibiotic for an ear infection.

Pardon me for being stupid but I had no children & I don't know much about all the stuff they go through.

Our family has been somewhat disjointed/dysfunctional as far as not sticking close with each other so I hadn't had contact with my nephew for a while. I wanted to let him know about celiac & had tracked him down to tell him. Found out his sister, my niece passed away in April. Loved her very much. Drugs & alcohol. sad.gif

I'm sorry to hear about your niece. Very sad news, indeed.

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Thank you Prickly. She was only 32. Her liver shut down which in turn caused her kidneys to shut down. They made the decision to take her off life support.

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