This can be repeated as often as needed.
Others suddenly get a high fever, headache, and muscle aches, and some also develop a sore throat, abdominal discomfort, or nausea.
Less common causes are coxsackie B1-5, echoviruses, enterovirus 71, herpes simplex virus, parechovirus 1 and adenoviruses.
Your child should stay away from acidic and spicy foods.
Most importantly is keeping the toddler comfortable.
These illnesses are particularly common in child-care settings because of the frequency of contact and germ sharing between children and inadequate handwashing—especially after diaper changes or toilet use.
Transmission of the virus can occur during the critical part of the disease; Despite this, the virus can be shed in the stool for much longer.
This can help prevent the illness from being spread to other children.