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The early sign of 3 day fever (roseola infantum) is a sudden high fever (can go up to 40 degrees) and that normally lasts for three to five days. When the fever disappears, the rash will appear. This usually begins on the trunk, spreading to the legs and neck. The rash may last for few days.
There is no specific treatment or vaccines for Three Day Fever (roseola infantum), it usually goes away without any treatment.
These few days, Timmy was infected by Roseola Infantum, he had suddenly a very high fever after we came back shopping from midnight 12/04/2010 on. During the fever time, it wasn't easy to make him sleep and he cried very often. We used wet and cold wash cloth to mop his chest, back, armpit, legs and head, in order to reduce his high temperature. We did not know what caused his high fever, there was totally no sign of it (or perhaps we did not notice it).
About 2 days later (around 15/04), the fever was gone, and the rash showed up the first time on his head. Initially we thought it's some bites from ants (at that time we did not know about Roseola Infantum). But the rashes showed up more and more. It covered the neck, slowly to the chest and back, finally his arms and legs were covered. Honestly, it's scary to see that, and for sure it is the first time we experience this. These rashes are totally different which Timmy had several weeks ago.
Then I immediately checked from the internet about the symptoms, and finally found out it must be the 3 day fever. Then i was relieved to read that after the rashes, Timmy will be recovered. I checked the english information for my hubby to know about this sickness (my information was in chinese). After reading it, both of us felt no more so worried.
Here, i will post the photos. Don't be shocked when you see the photos.
Monday, April 12, 2010
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Monday, April 5, 2010
This week we choose Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star from The Wiggles.
Thursday, April 1, 2010
I hope your baby will enjoy this as well.
Easy homemade baby food recipe:
1. Steam the potatoes and broccoli until soft.
2. Boil the egg, and take out the egg yolk.
3. Mash the potatoes, broccoli and egg yolk.
4. Add a bit water.
Voila, now the food is ready for your adorable baby. Enjoy!