Roseola Infantum

Virus infection of children aged between six months and three years. Incubation period variable. Symptoms are high Fever; followed by swollen neck glands and pink rash on trunk, lasting for about a week. Child remains infectious for 5 days after onset of fever.

Specific remedies to be given every 4 hours for up to 10 doses

  • High temperature, eyes staring, child delirious, neck glands tender Belladonna 30c
  • Child tearful, clinging, not thirsty craves fresh air Pulsatilla 30c
  • Swollen glands, ear pains on swallowing, symptoms alleviated by cold drinks Phytolacca 30c

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