Report this content as offensive or unsuitable

Tell us about this content

Important, please read before continuing

This form should only be used for serious complaints about comments posted to the Page Comments section that break the NHS Choices Moderation Rules. This would include, but is not limited to harassing, abusive, threatening, libelous, or otherwise objectionable material.

The comment about which you complain will be sent to a moderator, who will decide whether it breaks the NHS Choices Moderation Rules. You will be contacted in due course once a decision has been made.

We need your email address so we can keep you updated about the status of your complaint.

Return to this content

Original content

MayasMum said on 15 April 2010

Note to xxkerryxxx I've had a similar experience this wk, my 14 month old started with a heavy cold last Thursday and on Sunday noticed a blister on her tummy, by following day had multiplied to about 10 on tummy an back, took to Dr's who suggested she had gastric flu and said rashes are a common side effect of viruses! Next day spots spread all over body from chest and back to head, fingers and even soles of feet, suspected chicken pox and read online that most rife from March to May, usually starts on chest and back and was also told that the first blister is usually the biggest. Cant for the life of me understand why the Dr couldn't have diagnosed this considering all the classic symptoms, were in the 5th day now, doesnt seem to be itchy but temp still up and down.