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    Default 10 months... what could this be?

    I'm a little concerned about this on DD... any ideas?
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    Hand foot and mouth?

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    It was my first thought. But I've never seen it before. So I don't know :-(

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    Looks like hfm to me. Has she had a temp?

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    I didn't check..

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    Quote Originally Posted by MonkeyMumma View Post
    It was my first thought. But I've never seen it before. So I don't know :-(
    I've never seen it before either, second guess would be chicken pox?

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    Looks like HFM to me too.

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    Yep, hfm. Poor bubba.

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    Sorry to crash OP but my DS has a very similar blistery rash on his chin too, but hasn't had a fever at all. Could it be HF&M?

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    You get different versions of it, my ds had the rash but no fever. Hope your babies are ok. Xx


 

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