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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.Is it normal to have a rash after a fever?
After about 3 days, the answer usually becomes quite clear as the fever resolves and is followed within a day or so by a telltale roseola rash. By the time the rash appears, children are no longer contagious and can return--rash and all--to normal activities (eg, preschool, mommy-and-me class).What causes a cough and rash?
Cough and rash are typically signs of an underlying medical condition, such as a bacterial, viral, or fungal infection. They may also be symptoms of an allergy. Below are some examples of diseases that have both cough and rash as symptoms that can commonly occur together: