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  • Posted By: Anonymous
  • July 24, 2007
  • 09:04 AM

Hello ....

We just moved from the UK to Spain. My daughter is 4 and has some allergic reactions in the past and the first week in Spain everything was fine but now she has some allergic reaction or something else but i'm getting concerned about this. A few days ago she started to have kind of blisters with lots of fluids in it. It started where she had some exczema in the back of the knee. She scratched this open and in the morning with was very unpleasant and not beautiful to see. It looked like an open burn wound. Now we've been to the doctor and they don't know what it is either. They think it could be a jellyfish but she has been in the water upto the knees maximum or it could be a insect bite but would it gave her those blisters and the extra one from today. They gave us 2 creams to mix together and anti-allergic syrup.
She got those bandages from yesterday and this morning my wife opened those bandages. There are roughly 8 to 10 blisters on each back of the knee and 2 on her left foot. I'm getting worried and would like to have some help on this one.

Could you direct myself what, where i could go or do?

PS : Because we moved everything is different ... food, washing powder, beds, etc ....

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  • if those bruise asymetrically might be contact dermatitis,if its symmetrically both "behind knee"(popliteal area,my understanding)allergy.anyway,contact dermatology to check those bruise,if it has pus or get severe,get a microspopy checkup for any bact.
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