6 weeks ago my daughter woke up with what looked like a rug burn on her cheek. 2 days later it had spread to her other cheek. She saw her peditrician and was given Keflex (orally) and Bactroban ointment. He thought it might be a staph infection. While on the meds, she got 2 new spots on her forehead. After 10 days, it started to clear up but then came right back (in different spots) but always on her face, only. We have now seen 2 peditiricians and 2 dermatologsts. She just finished her 3 round of oral antibiotics (Duricef and Cipro) and is now using a new ointment, Altabax. Does anyone have any ideas or suggestions? Please view attatched photos. Also, the rash does not hurt or itch, it jsut looks horrible.Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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