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    hi disbride, has anyone thought to check for allergies?? My grandson had the worst excema around his mouth, his cheeks and chin, and he was found to be off the scale allergic to eggs and dairy. My daughter had to remove them from her diet, and he cleared up so quickly. Hope all is well now, Marie.

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    That's actually exactly what I'm starting to think. It has more or less cleared up now and I just keep an eye on new spots that appear to work out whether it's the rash coming back, or if they're just pimples.

    It's frustrating not knowing what it was.

    Has your grandson outgrown his allergies?

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    hi disbride, not really, he now gets asthma when he is exposed to the allergens. He has grown slightly less allergic. When he was born, he was anaphaletic sp? the allergy specialist said he has come down to level five, which is still very high, and his mum carries a epi pen with her. There is no more excema, and thankfully no scars on his face, it would look like the worse gravel rash, his llittle cheeks could be red raw. We are managing the asthma pretty well now, but still very strict watching what he eats. He was about 6 months old when he was allergy tested, but I would suggest you look into it as soon as you can. The excema was coming through the breast milk, so he was not eating anything that didnt pass through his mum first, and still he had the reaction. good luck, Marie.

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