My kids were diagnosed with Milia by a pediatrician subbing for their ped. My probelm with this is that one is 6 and the other 4 and I don't understand how they can both get it at the same time if it is not contagious. Now my 1 year old is gettting the same rash on her legs.. No way this can be Milia.. My older son has a rash down the left side of his trunk which in all honesty looks like goose bumps.. (they are flesh tone not red) my younger son has the same bumps all over his back and now my daughter on her legs. Statistically I would imagine that it is next to impossible for all three of my children to have this disorder which is commonly seen in babies. What else could it be. I am waiting for their ped to be back on Monday but would like some ideas on things to make sure he checks for.....:confused:Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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