This is in regards to my 2 year old daughter.
She has a non-itchy rash, that resembles mosquito bites for over 4 days. They vary in size and can be quite large. They have also popped up in the form of just tiny dots, or lines that look as though she's been scratched. They are raised, white and have redness around them. She has had no fever or any other symptoms. She has however been on amoxicillin 7 days prior. This however does not resember the amoxicillin rash that can occur.
The rash comes and goes very quickly. It really comes out when she's active and running around. Once she calms down they face very quickly. They are on all parts of her body, even her face.
She hasn't had anything new introduced into her diet, we haven't changed detergents or soaps. Our Pedi it quite baffled as to what this may be. At first she said fifths but the rash doesn't have the lace like pattern like fifths should. Any input would be greatly appreciated.
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