Ok ...let me give you the run down really quick. My sister took my niece to the ER on friday night because she thought she had a seizure and her temp was 105.6 ( she is 5). When she got to the hospital it was 102 but even after they gave her tylenol and motrin over a period of 2 hours it didn't go down. They ran a few test and told my sister that they weren't sure what it was but all her test came back negative ( not sure what they tested for). She had been diagnosed with strep earlier that week and was on antibiotics for it. Saturday morning she took her to her regular doc for follow up and they said the strep was negative and whatever she had now was viral. Well sunday and monday she was fine. I went and picker her up at her after school program yesterday and kept her until my sister got off work. She was around my 7 month old, I told her not to get in his face just in case she was still sick but she did a couple times anyway. Today when my sister took her to school she had a rash on her trunk, so she took her to the doc and they said it was roseola and the fever was the first part of it, they told her that it was very contagious. I am not really worried about it but I thought I would see what you guys thought to maybe ease my mind a little and DP, he wants to have DS vaccinated and has an argument about it every time it is brought up, so maybe I can have something to tell him. I did talk to the NP where I work and she said there isn't much they can do for it and it isn't dangerous and she also said of course if he got it now, he probably wouldn't ever get it again.