My daughter is diabetic and 8 yrs. Of age. The diabeetes is causing granuloma anular to form on her skin. It started on her hips, and shoulders, then moved to her neck and is now even forming on her beautiful little face. It is getting to the point she is extremely embarrassed by the marks, and kids at school are asking her what they are. She doesn't want to even go to school any more because the embarrassment the GA is causing her. I've been to the dermatologist twice now for these GA marks on her throughout her whole body. They have now given me a cream to rub on them to help the itching and burning sensation they are causing her, but said nothing about causing the GA spots to disappear. How do I make them disappear and go away so my 8yr. Old can Return to her daily life, without other children asking or harassing her about these ugly rings that are all over her beautiful skin.Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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