Any suggestion is appreciated. My 3 year old had developed some very unusual bumps. She has had them for approx 1 month now. They are not red, do not itch and are not irritating. They started on her neck and are now continuing to "spread" she has 2 on her eyelid, and now randomly one on her leg and one on her stomach. They are raised and when my mom picked one of them, there was no fluid, only a hard white rock-like sliver. The removal of he sliver caused the bump to bleed, and it took almost a week to heal. I am taking her to the doctor this week, because now there is a whole new set of these growing on her cheek. What is also wierd is that she has no other symptoms until this week, she has had 3 nosebleeds while she slept. I have 3 children and have never seen anything like this, any suggestions would be greatly appreciated. Thank You, JemReply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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