You felt under the weather with a mild fever and sore throat, but soldiered on with over-the-counter pain medicine. In hand, foot and mouth disease, coxsackievirus 16 is the usual suspect; less often, other enteroviruses are to blame. These tiny, fluid-filled blisters can develop.
However, it can sometimes occur in older children and adults. Typical symptoms of hand, foot, and mouth disease include fever, mouth sores, and a skin rash.
Hand-foot-and-mouth disease (HFMD) is one such common childhood disease. Although HFMD is usually mild and self-limited in both children.