Hand, Foot and Mouth Disease

This past weekend Julia broke out in a rash on her belly and back. We thought it might be an allergic reaction to the amoxicillin she was taking for her ear infection, since Delton is allergic to anything that is a penicillin based. It then followed a fever of 102.5, so we headed to the doctor Monday afternoon and she was diagnosed with Hand, Foot and Mouth Disease. The doctor didn’t seem to concerned and told me it was a common childhood disease. We just needed to watch her temperature and make sure she was comfortable. Apparently ulcers can form in the throat. Julia seems to be getting better, but Delton started the same type of rash this evening and had a temperature and boy was he grumpy. We will see how he is tomorrow morning, hopefully he doesn’t have it too.

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