My infant broke out with a fever which reached 104.9. I realized the severity 1 day later as I did not have a thermometer on hand and I thought it could be from teething. He is about 6 months old, no cough, no runny nose, no vomitting, no diarhhea. Just a fever. When I was able to purchase the thermometer I did a rectal reading and it came out 104.9F. My infant is at a sitter throughout the night as these are the hours I work. During the day I sleep and I always have him next to me which brings me to my question. Can an infant break out with blisters such as those obtained from a burn when they get a temperature fever? I know he did not get burned when he was home with me and my sitter insists that he did not get burned while in my care, yet I wonder. But the blisters seemed to start with a red patch about half the size of my palm on the left side of his forehead and moved to his whole forehead and by day 3 blisters broke out. The blisters are anywhere from the size a pencil tip to the size of a 2 inch pencil. I have never heard of anything like this before. The father and I are no longer together and do not communicate well to where I can ask him about anything hereditary. I am from Guam and the father is from Chuuk. I controlled the fever when I took his temperature I immediately gave him silipap drops for infants and put him in a water bath. His fever is no longer present but I just can't stop wondering about the blisters. Do you have any insight on this case? Any kind of information will do. I have not been able to bring him to a doctor because we do not have medical insurance and do not make much of an income. The hospital here pretty much hassles us about it and then I feel as if we are underpriveleged so I do what I can on my own. I am aware of all the patient rights and know them by heart but the health care professionals here don't seem to go by them.