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    Default Rash?

    Hi ladies
    Do any of you have an idea of what this might be? DD is 15 months and has had a runny nose and watery eyes for 2 days. Took her to the dr yesterday and she was it was just a virus but have now noticed this rash this afternoon.

    She's only got the spots on her legs and a couple on her tummy.

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    Chicken pox? I'd take her back to the doctors.

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    Hmm yeah I thought that but they aren't blistery - more like adult mozzie bites.

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    Are they bothering her?

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    Don't seem to be. I reckon a couple more have appeared on her tummy though.

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    My money is on chicken pox, it won't do any harm getting the rash looked at, I'd take her back to the doctor.

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    If more are appearing, I'd definitely take her back to the doctors. Sounds like chicken pox too me.

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    They look like bites to me. Maybe flea or mosquito? both my dds used to, dd2 still does, get reactions like that or worse from bites. Some looked just like chicken pox too and would have thought it was if I hasn't seen the things bite her myself.

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    Could it be molluscum?

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    How's your dd going @Spotdog?


 

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