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what is viral exanthema?


Viral exanthems are a group of viral disorders that usually has fever and would manifest soon after with skin rashes. Examples of which are measles, roseola infantum and chicken pox.  (+ info)

Do Vitamin B12 supplements have side effects?


My face felt very dry and red the same day I started taking these supplements. The bottle said that slight irritation could occur by won't last.. Then after having problems breathing today I decided to lookin into it more. And this is what I found.....

Dermatologic: Itching, rash, transitory exanthema, and urticaria have been reported. Vitamin B12 (20 micrograms/day) and pyridoxine (80mg/day) has been associated with cases of rosacea fulminans, characterized by intense erythema with nodules, papules, and pustules. Symptoms may persist for up to 4 months after the supplement is stopped, and may require treatment with systemic corticosteroids and topical therapy.
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Vitamin B supplements in general, especially those that contains Niacin can cause flushing of the skin. I would say that you might try a B complex without Niacin (B3) or a "No Flush" Niacin.

If you have breathing problems, I would quit taking immediately.  (+ info)

Medical report.?


I got a medical examination report of my baby as follows.

SIMPLE FEBRILE SEIZURE - E1
PRECIPITATED BY VIRAL FEVER + EXANTHEMA

What it says??
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This sounds like your baby got a viral infection which caused a rash (exanthem) and a fever which was high enough to cause a short fit or convulsion (a simple febrile seizure).

These are quite common in very young infants, and usually don't indicate any serious problem. If you are worried about it you should talk to the doctor who was looking after your baby during this illness. I'm not sure what country you are writing from, but there may be an infant health care nurse you can speak to who can help explain was was going on. Try contacting the hospital your child went to.  (+ info)

Poly-Vitamins for breastfed baby?


Lily's doctor prescribed her something called Poly-Vitamins. Because apparently breastfeeding isn't good enough! Well, here are the ingredients: glycerin, polysorbate 80 (causes infertility), sodium hydroxide (a manufactured chemical present in several domestic cleaning products), methylparaben (an anti-fungal), sodium... benzoate (preservative), ferrous sulfate (constipation;upset stomach;black or dark-colored stools; or temporary staining of the teeth), cyanocobalamin (Cardiovascular: Pulmonary edema and congestive heart failure early in treatment; peripheral vascular thrombosis. Hematological: Polycythemia vera, Gastrointestinal: Mild transient diarrhea, Dermatological: Itching; transitory exanthema, Miscellaneous: Feeling of swelling of entire body) & artificial cherry flavor.

This vitamin was prescribed to help her process Vitamin D. The doctor said because she doesn't get sunlight. First off, wouldn't ten mins of sunlight a day be better? And secondly, we sit on the couch a lot (she is two weeks old) and the sliding glass door (about 8ft by 7 ft of glass) faces the couch. Sunlight is alwasy coming in. I don't see where breastmilk has become insufficient! I am not giving these other chemicals to my little girl.

Does anyone have any experience with this? Any opinions? Thank you!!!♥
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Breastfeeding question, is this okay everyday?


Lily's doctor prescribed her something called Poly-Vitamins. Because apparently breastfeeding isn't good enough! Well, here are the ingredients: glycerin, polysorbate 80 (causes infertility), sodium hydroxide (a manufactured chemical present in several domestic cleaning products), methylparaben (an anti-fungal), sodium... benzoate (preservative), ferrous sulfate (constipation;upset stomach;black or dark-colored stools; or temporary staining of the teeth), cyanocobalamin (Cardiovascular: Pulmonary edema and congestive heart failure early in treatment; peripheral vascular thrombosis. Hematological: Polycythemia vera, Gastrointestinal: Mild transient diarrhea, Dermatological: Itching; transitory exanthema, Miscellaneous: Feeling of swelling of entire body) & artificial cherry flavor.

This vitamin was prescribed to help her process Vitamin D. The doctor said because she doesn't get sunlight. First off, wouldn't ten mins of sunlight a day be better? And secondly, we sit on the couch a lot (she is two weeks old) and the sliding glass door (about 8ft by 7 ft of glass) faces the couch. Sunlight is alwasy coming in. I don't see where breastmilk has become insufficient! I am not giving these other chemicals to my little girl.

Does anyone have any experience with this? Any opinions? Thank you!!!♥
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