I know a child who has had a rash that first looks like a red bump then grows. Eventually it turns into a blister that breaks. At first I thought is was flea bites because it started in the lower extremities. It has been about two months and now it is all over. The parents took the baby to the clinic and it was diagnosed as Lyme disease. These blisters do not have the "bull's eye" appearance. My instincts are telling me this isn't right. Does anyone have a clue?:Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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