My daughter had a fever last December. On about the third day, she woke up with a rash on her face the was fine, rough and reddish. It was mostly on her cheeks and a little on her forehead and nose. It seemed to get better, then worse again when she'd take a shower. We kept thinking it was going away, then it will come back, especially if she's hot or upset. We've taken her to a doctor, who referred her to a dermatologist (who can't see her until May!) and I've taken her to an aesthetician, who thought it looked like rosacea, but doesn't think it's possible in someone so young, and to have it come up so suddenly. I'm very, very concerned and was wondering if there is ever a case of a fever triggering rosacea in someone of her age (neither my husband nor I have rosacea). I'm very worried about waiting until May to get an answer on this.Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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