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Sunday, October 17th 2010, 10:45pm

Scarlet Fever :-(

Just back from our annual trip to Blackpool ... had to take my little guy to A&E when we were there and he has scarlet fever .... he is taking anti b's and lots of calpol and nurofen. He only started taking the anti b's on Thursday and I'm getting conflicting views on how long he continues to be contagious for ... any ideas?



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Monday, October 18th 2010, 9:21am

Hiya,

I had scarlet fever when I was little and back then the advice was to be kept away for 2 weeks but now I *think* its about 5 days after starting antibiotics. Your best bet would be to ring your GP and speak to someone because they'll have the most upto date advice.

Hope he gest better soon.






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