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    Default Redness around the lips?

    DD 10 months has always had extremely red cheeks, VERY red and dry and I have been using QV cream in her and seems to work a but. Today I have noticed that there's a bit of redness around her lips as well.
    She's eating and drinking lots of water and loves fruit and veggies. She's hasn't been drinking much formula, like 180ml a day! But has been drinking more over the lat 24 hours. She's happy and sleeps well.
    What could be the cause of redness around the lips? I hope it's not cold sore

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    Also it doesn't look like rash, just red

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    Wind burn? I know my lips are always very red and sore at this time of year. I use paw paw cream on them

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    There is a virus called slapped cheek. My dd had it last week. Has she been unwell lately?

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    Quote Originally Posted by SpecialPatrolGroup View Post
    There is a virus called slapped cheek. My dd had it last week. Has she been unwell lately?
    She's been her usual self very happy and eating and sleeping well.


 

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