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“Kids develop rashes after fevers more commonly than adults. These rashes are almost always from viruses and go away without treatment. A rash that develops while a fever is still present is often from a virus, too. But some illnesses that cause fever and a rash at the same time can be more serious.What causes a high fever and a rash?
The enteroviruses, including the coxsackieviruses, are a very common cause of fever and rash in children. Two common diseases caused by coxsackieviruses are hand foot and mouth disease and herpangina. Coxsackievirus infections are more common in the summer and autumn. All childhood age ranges are susceptible.Why do you get a rash after a fever?
Several common childhood illnesses, including roseola and scarlet fever, can cause a rash to develop after the fever passes. A fever is not a disease but a sign that the body’s immune system is fighting an infection. The body raises its core temperature to fight off the invading bacteria or viruses.