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    Default Is this a teething rash??

    It started yesterday, at first we thought it was from her dummy rubbing on her chin (she started sleeping in a face-plant position!) but it's spread today. She's also drooling heaps, which isn't too uncommon for her. Sleeping is all out of whack too.

    Thoughts??

    It seems to sting her, she usually loves it when I wipe her face with a warm wash cloth, now she's cringing and crying.
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    Im sorry I dont have any advice but I just wanted to pop in and say your dd is Gorgeous!

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    We think so!



    Unfortunately gorgeous AND cranky today!
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    Forgot to add - she doesn't have any teeth yet so it's new territory for us!
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    too cute! DS has had a rah on his chin before from drooling heaps. Looked like that. Has she had any new foods recently that may have caused it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jonnysmama View Post
    too cute! DS has had a rah on his chin before from drooling heaps. Looked like that. Has she had any new foods recently that may have caused it?

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    No nothing new, she's been unwell with a flu so has mostly just had her bottles and some bland food like pumpkin and potato. She had allergy testing today and it didn't show any allergies.

    It could be the drool I guess. There's been a fair bit of it lately.
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    No idea sorry, just had to say... Too cute!!!

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    Really cute!!! It doesn't look like any teething rash my boys have every had. It has always been localised to their cheeks and spotty like mild acne almost. The drool sounds highly likely, and teething could be increasing the droll.

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    Wow how adorable! Does she use a dummy? DD used to drool like crazy when teething and sucking her dummy would really aggravate her skin and he would go red.


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    Quote Originally Posted by waterlily View Post
    Wow how adorable! Does she use a dummy? DD used to drool like crazy when teething and sucking her dummy would really aggravate her skin and he would go red.
    Yeah she does use a dummy for sleep time.

    Seems like the consensus is drool rash. I'll keep an eye on it and of it gets worse or spreads across her face we'll head to the Dr (again! Seriously, my fav GP just left the practice and I'm sure it's because she got sick of me lol!).
    August 2010 @ 6 Weeks
    DD - 4/8/11 - miracle of nature
    DS - 25/7/14 - miracle of science
    ...aaaaaand we're done! (or are we...?)



 

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