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    Thanks everyone! He's napping now and they looked pretty much the same when I put him down. Will see how they look when he wakes up.

    He was chewing on it with his teeth so it is definitely itchy.

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    Looks like some sort of bite to me, could have been a spider or something that bit him several times.

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    How's he going @A-Squared?

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    Quote Originally Posted by JustJaq View Post
    How's he going @A-Squared?
    Hi, thanks for asking, sorry I haven't updated. He woke from his nap and they were still there but not bothering him. Then by the time I was about to put him down for his second nap they had completely disappeared!

    So odd!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by A-Squared View Post
    Hi, thanks for asking, sorry I haven't updated. He woke from his nap and they were still there but not bothering him. Then by the time I was about to put him down for his second nap they had completely disappeared!

    So odd!!!
    Does he have a sibling that might have bitten him? My littlest DS did this to my big DS and it looked very similar.

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    My DS is 9 but he gets them on his head sometimes and DD 5 had one under her eye last week. I don't know what they are as they didn't do anything different when they appeared but they go just as quick as they came- it's really odd.

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    Looks like an inflammatory reaction to a bite of some kind

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    Quote Originally Posted by moosey View Post
    Does he have a sibling that might have bitten him? My littlest DS did this to my big DS and it looked very similar.
    She's really not a biter and wasn't near him when I first spotted them. But he was biting his own hand, I figured it was his way of scratching what ever it was but maybe he was just using his hand as a teether and he's teething really badly at the moment.

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    When DS had an allergic reaction to peanut butter the hives stayed in one spot on his neck, they didn't spread and was gone by the time he woke from his nap. It looks like hives or bug bites to me.

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    It's probably not good allergy as he's been skin prick tested due to DD having numerous allergies and he passed them.


 

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