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Diarrhea With Skin Rash, Itch, Tingling, Jaundice or Swelling
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Melissa McNamara is a certified personal trainer who holds a Bachelor of Arts in journalism and communication studies from the University of Iowa. She writes for various health and fitness publications while working toward a Bachelor of Science in nursing. A rash that's accompanied by a fever, diarrhea and vomiting can make your toddler feel terrible and can be scary for you as a parent. If your toddler has a high fever that's not going down or seems dehydrated, always consult with your doctor or seek help at your local emergency room. Food poisoning can occur within a few hours of eating and often occurs with nausea, diarrhea, vomiting, a fever and stomach cramps. In some cases, a rash will be present. Roseola has a high fever for about three days with a runny nose, cough, ear pain, vomiting and diarrhea.
Can Diarrhea Cause a Rash in a Toddler?
In the majority of cases, it will last a few days, but diarrhea that sticks around for weeks can indicate a serious health problem requiring medical attention. The main symptom of diarrhea is passing loose, watery stool that occurs three or more times a day. Someone with diarrhea may also experience one or more of the following symptoms:. Signs of dehydration include: thirst, urinating less frequently than normal, dark-colored urine, dry mouth, feeling tired, sunken eyes or cheeks, light-headedness or fainting, and a decreased skin turgor when the skin is pinched and released, it does not flatten back to normal right away. In children, additional signs of dehydration can include a lack of energy and the absence of tears while crying.