My 11 mo daughter has a rash on her face, neck and arms. Some on the hairline, but not on the scalp, possibly one on the leg and back, but not sure. They are small bumps that turn to fluid filled blisters then dry up Usually after three to four days. She has no fever, they itch, It doesn't seem to bother her at all. Some spots have almost gone away leaving a brown spot, but others are reoccuring- the have gone from almost flat to a bump again. Also possibly Ckn Pox, but she has had it for a longer than usual and they haven't diappeared at all. She has had it for 2 1/2 weeks now. Seen 2 Ped's and a Dermatologist. Taking antibiotics for some impetigo that seems to have been on top of the rash. The bacterial infection seems to have cleared up, but the spots are still there. We were also given a steroid cream to prevent them from leaving a mark ? They also showed up the day after arriving in Spain for a vacation. Any advice would be appreciated :)Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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