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DD always gets rash 2 days after fever breaks?

For some reason I have noticed that my dd gets a rash on her chest and back 2 days after her fever breaks. It's not a rash that you'd find on the internet..b/c I have searched. The last time she had this, the doc said it was do to a virus. She is not and has not showed any symptoms of being sick this time around. And the rash is different from last time.
She is 15mths.
Any suggestions?
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My son gets that sometimes our doctor thought it was from teething.
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Should mention he is 19 mths.
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That's what i thought it was ....teething...b/c it wasn't a high fever....100-101
I assumed the rash was from change in body temp too...
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what does the rash look like.  I was told my my daughters doctor that her rash on her face was from her fever and after a few days I took her to children's hospital ER to find it was a staff infection but she was in the hospital a week before so that is how she received it.

That was also the reason for another fever..  Her rash was centered like a quarter not spread.
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what does the rash look like.  I was told my my daughters doctor that her rash on her face was from her fever and after a few days I took her to children's hospital ER to find it was a staff infection but she was in the hospital a week before so that is how she received it.

That was also the reason for another fever..  Her rash was centered like a quarter not spread.
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