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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29-08-2015 11:14 #11
29-08-2015 18:32 #12Senior Member
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Looks like some sort of bite to me, could have been a spider or something that bit him several times.
29-08-2015 18:41 #13
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29-08-2015 19:51 #16
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.
29-08-2015 19:53 #17
Looks like an inflammatory reaction to a bite of some kind
29-08-2015 19:53 #18
29-08-2015 21:41 #19
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.
30-08-2015 07:31 #20
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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