2. Rash Follows
As the name of the disease suggests, a rash can appear on the hands and feet, but also on the buttocks, notes WebMD. “And while it’s not pleasant, it also isn’t serious,” assures the source.
WebMD notes your child may get a rash on the palms of the hands or soles of the feet 1 or 2-days after the first symptoms appear (which, as we’ve already mentioned, will probably be a fever). The rashes may worsen and turn into blisters, and you might notice sores on the knees and elbows, it adds.