I have taken my daughter to the doctors on three different occasions. All three times I have received different answers. First time I took was when I noticed a rash on her right index finger. Her skin was peeling and very dry. The doctor gave her equate for rashes. It didn't work it started to spread into little patches of white bumps that itch. At that point it was only on her hand then it spread to her leg. I took her to a different doctor and they said that it was dry skin they gave her a ointment. It didn't work. The third time I took her to the hospital and they said that it was ecsema I have mild ecsema and they look nothing alike. They gave her a steroid creme. That hasn't worked. Now the patches have spread all over her body. When I look closely at the bumps they appear to be transluscent with a extremly small red dot in the middle. I have tried popping one like a pimple and failed. Please help if you know what it it thanks.Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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Is it sensitive skin or something else?