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    Rubella

    Rubella is a virus which tends to attack children rather than adults, though anyone can get it. The symptoms can last for 10 days and include a light red rash on the face and body, a fever, swelling round the ears, throat and back of the head, a runny… Read more →

    My 27 month old has a red blister looking rash on his face. He also appears to have sores inside his mouth, these are preventing him from eating (even though he is hungry). He has a temperature of 38 and a very faint rash on his hands and feet. Is this hand foot and mouth. Do I need to taking him to the doctor if it is? Any advise would be gratefully received. Thanks in advance.





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    Hi, please help, have just come back from Menorca with kids where my nephew contracted a strange rash on his feet and legs, looked exactly like chicken pox but he wasnt ill and none on his face or upper half of body, my two kids have both chicken pox so i thought they wont catch it again, my daughter is now got alot of fluid filled spots, some big some small mainly on lower half of body but now appearing on her chest and arms, son is now having the same as her, we have been from hols a week, they have been to walk in center where nurse said it was probably sandmites, but these spots look like the pox, can they get it again but with no other syptoms, they are well and not ill in themselves, thanks for any advice





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    Hi have you had any response to your question, as we got back from Menorca just over a week ago and my son came out in red spots while we were away and now we are back I've noticed a few more appearing, docs said that it's not chicken pox, but it's obviously something contageous as my daughter has a couple on her leg and one on her forehead. They are mostly on my sons arms and face, first we thought maybe bed bugs, but now my daughter has a few since we have been back we have no idea, and the 2 doctors we have seen don't know either!

    my daugther`s 11weeks old, aweek ago i knowit she as rash in face. pls i worried about her what can do.





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    I have cold Urticaria (an alergy to the cold) i get a nettle rash whenever i am in contact with.... Cold wind, Cold air, cold water anything cold and it usualy gets worse when it gets warmer. i have got medicaen that heats me up a bit but dosent help my rash. non of the teachers at school belive me untill they see it! i cant go in the sea with my family and friends and is realy on my nerves. Is there anything that might help or prevent my rash? i have had it since i can remember!





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    I have this allergy to. I took Clorphenamine Maleate and my Rash cleared up in about a week

    you can get uvb treatment like i got and it really helps and its free from your dermatolgist

    my baby is 6 months old and is in the neck, abdomen and body parts a rash, which doctors have not the problem, let me know if I can help or recommend a specialist





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    my son is nearly 7 months and seems to only tolerate powder foods that you mix with water. if i try to introduce yoghurt or mash or anything like that he becomes constipated, he is having two breastfeeds a day with 3 powdered foods. he also comes out in a rash on his face, sometimes its only a bit other times its all round his eyes and is red and blotchy but not raised, this is when he has fruit, and usually disappears after half an hour and doesnt seem to cause him discomfort. surely this is not normal?





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    My daughter is 6 months old, and has TERBBILE nappy rash, It bleeds all the time, but she also Has atleast 5 Soiled nappies everyday, I have taken her to the Doctors, And she has been Referd but nothing is happning! I really need help and advice on what to do, I Think the fact that she is pooing SO much is making the nappy rash worse, I only use warm water and cotten woll to clean her at nappy time anyway, and i have yoused Sudocrem,and every single over the countor cream i could buy, And all of the perscribed creams, They even prescried the thrush cream canaston Duo, And nothing has worked. She cries in so much pain each time i do her nappy, And the bleeding is horrible, it happens each time. I just want a answer to the ammount of soiled nappies, and the rash!





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    i had the same problem with my 2yr old have u tried metatanium that worked brilliantly for mine.

    that is really worrying, to me i've got rashes all over my face can't get them off me. I don't like sickness, nobody does, sometimes it can be hard to cope with it, the only ways to keep off fatness is either working the body or surgery, i am replying because i just want to say this to all of you, LIFE WITH SICKNESS CAN BE HARD!

    ask her if you can start getting healthier snacks ect. in the house (you could be putting on weight from snacking)and if you have take out a lot then maybe say to your mum could we not tonight, because I fell like something healthy -- if none of this works then tell her face to face, that your worried and maybe she could help you, just try to tell her, hope it works

    My 5 year old has developed eczma on her face ever since suffering she had impitigo as a toddler. It constantly flares up an despite going to the doctors they tell me there's nothing I can do other than keeping on top of creaming her face. It doesn't seem to do anything though and I can see it causing her problems as she gets older. She has been referred to hospital specialist an it just doesn't get better until I use steroid cream an doctors don't want to give me it because she's so young. I don't think it would be as bad if you could hide it. Just wondering if there was anyone else that could help an if it could be related to the impitigo?





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    My Grandaughter has a rash that covers her whole body.The Doctors are at a loss to what it is. There are 2 parts to this rash it started with what was first thought to be ring worm, she had a very large raised rash that was the size od a small teacup, this then became infected and the other rash has now covered her completly. It does itch she is 7 and very upset, her eyes are like little slits on her face. There is a 20 week wait to see a consultant, she was so bad yesterday took her to A&E they were also at a loss to what it was and took a blood test to rule out other symptoms. Please can you help her.





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    my son is only 2 years old and when he has mayonaise,ketchup, salad cream and bbq sauce he gets a rash on his face where it goes (face only not hands or anything) i've been to the doctors but they won't do anything because he is too young all i want to know is what it could be in the sauces just so i know what i can and can't give him please help me thanks for your time





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    i am allergic to parabens which is a preservative found in foods shampoos medicines etc also found in the sauces you mention!i am also just affected on my face but i get really hot and clammy and my eyes run.if it could be that check your bathroom cabinet because its also in lots of stuff in there.it will be called propyl parabens ethyl parabens(anything ending in parabens)it was in the capsules of amoxycylin that i needed this week.its also in lots of baby wipes not in simple wipes (altho they did add them for a while till i complained to them that they say nothing un natural in them and there they put presevatives in them.they have since taken them back out but it showed me not to get complacent as companies change recipes and dont tell you.like for instance head and shoulders have them in some of their shampoos but not all.so i check every time.parabens is E number E216 here is good site to check his allergy and E numbers that can make it worse http://www.earthways.co.uk/enumbers.html

    It could be an allergy to MSG (Monosodium glutamate), It is a very common food additive, it can be quite easy to avoid if you cook most of your own food and buy good quality sauces etc.

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    My daughter had this - her cheeks started becoming red and hot on the Friday and by the Monday the rash was beginning to appear further down her body. At the end of the first week she was rashy head to toe - her legs being the worst affected. The rash lasted 2 weeks, disappeared and reappeared after a week for a further 2 weeks! Her school were non too keen for her to attend even though she was contagious before the rash even appeared! I just wonder how you can tell the difference between this ans scarlet fever as both appear to be similar?





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    My 6 year old son has not ever had meningitis, luckily. He does however often present with the exact same rash that doesn't disappear. I ALWAYS take him to see a doctor as soon as the rash appears, we end up being admitted to the hospital for tests and observation and everytime we are told it is a viral rash. I would love to know why my son viral rash ALWAYS presents itself as the meningitis rash? It's so frightening because even though it's always been a viral rash, it's always in the back of my mind that it could be meningitis!





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    Hi I keep going to the dr and not getting any help. My sons face will flare up with a rased very red rash around the eyes cheeks and neck. I think he has a food allergy as he can wake up screaming in pain at the night, he goes from loose poo (not quite diarrhoea) to constipation. I have tried replacing milk with soya but 30 min after breakfast his face flared up again. I'm dissapointed in my drs surgery as they won't let me see a different dr for a second oppinion. My health visitor saw his face and said it was def an allergy but all my dr says is its exma and gives me more steroid cream. I'm getting nowhere and my poor 2 year old is soffering.





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    My son was allergic to lactose which is in milk. I had to watch everything I gave him. It's difficult to elliminate all milk products because it is found in all sorts of food. Yogurt, cheese, biscuits, soups, ready meals and things you wouldn't even think of. You have to read all labels carefully and the best way to be sure is to make your own. It takes a while to get used to but once you sort it, it becomes a way of life. You can use his own milk substitute in recipes, make plenty so you can freeze it to make it easier each day.(You can do this for all the family cooking, it doesn't just have to be for him). His skin improved, he slept better and he could consentrate more. All the irritation went away. He grew out of the allergy by age 7 years. He is now 26 years old and has no problems. My grandaughter is the same now, she is only 4 weeks old and was crying constantly and covered in a rash so now my daughter has to do the same for her. Within a week she has improved!

    my 4 year old daughter, has a rash on her legs and nowhere else on her body. but they look like chicken pox. she had the rash 3 weeks ago then went in a week then their are back as it was again. i taken her to the doctors he said its another sort of chicken pox, cant think of the name, he said it will take months or years is that ok? thanks





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    Try this link: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Henoch%E2%80%93Sch%C3%B6nlein_purpura

    My 10 year old son has had psoriasis since he was 7. It started off in small patches on his legs and then on his face, and developed over a yer or so into bad scalp psoriasis too. We have visited numerous consultant dermatologists, tried every cream out there (exorex, dovobet, dovogel, synalar etc). Metosyn (Strong steroid cream) does clear up any patches that come on his face, usually just a very small application zaps it. The best thing for the scalp is cocois and for his body we use plenty of aqueous cream. I also have been using protopic for his face when it flares up in a slight red rash and this has signficantly helped. We tried oat baths for a while too and this helped a little. Keep at it, and go on at least sunny summer's break once per year - it totally disappears in the sun but does leave white untanned skin patches where it is, Try new things and CHECK YOUR DIET!! We juice regularly so are trying to get skin detox juices down him too. Just discovered my 2 younger daughters are developing scaly scalp patches too - which I am seriously hoping isn't going to develop into full blown psoriasis





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    I think my 4yr old daughter has recently had this. It started off as cold like sysmptoms inc raised temp to which she was kept off nursery. Then we had just come bk to school after a school outing and her face was bright red and hot to touch but she was ok in herself. We all noticed it including the teachers but just put it down to her being hot few days later she had a rash on her legs same size shape ans place on each leg. Again put it down to heat rash. Few weeks later she started suffering with adominal pain and aching limbs. We put that down to growing pains. I'd never heard of slapped cheek before and I think this is what my daughter had. After about a month all symptoms subsided and she's fine.





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    Hi. my sister is 13 years old , she has had chikenpox.At first day she didnt know its chickenpox she thought its a rash so she scratch it and now she has the mark of it in her face , i just want to know is there any way to treat it ?





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    Hi, I have had random hairs on my face loads on my chest, tummy and legs and my forearms are now starting to get thick dark hairs on them :( I can't shave because i get infected follicles, waxing really hurts and sometimes even sensitive hair removal creams bring me out in a rash! I find that a dry electric shaver works for me because it gets rid of the hair and doesn't leave an obvious rash-maybe this could work for you? I know loads of women who have hairy toes, even though they don't have excess hair anywhere else. I understand how low you must feel - I've had this problem since i was about 12 and im now 28. Have you been to your GP? They can prescribe you some medication to reduce or prevent more hair growing.

    My boy had that for 2 days, then the rash appeared all over his body. Take him to the docs xx

    My two teenagers girl 14 boy 12 have developed a red and bumpy rash behind their ears and around their neck and upper back. They said its only slightly itchy but their are quite under the weather, what could it be? They have both had all their jabs etc., It is spreading onto their face too...





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    You should check it out anyway as you can go free always be safe than sorry I always say

    hi I think my little girl has hfmd should I be worried as the blisters are just on her hands but the rash as all over her body





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    I have a rash on both sides of my torso it's itchy and it's been here for a week now. I feel healthy and have been goin to work and gym it's just annoying more then anything, I have been on holiday recently and have a few bites that havent gone yet could this be the reason for the rash?





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    Many thanks for these tips my 6 year old has come out with this awful rash in different areas of his body I have tried witch hazel and tea tree tonight and will continue in the hope they will go fingers crossed I hate to think that other children won't want to play with him x





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    My daughter has suffered from this rash for nearly 2 years now and it does not seem to be getiing better. She also started having eczema (after the rash had been there about a year) in her right elbow and I've been told using steroid cream might suppress the illness and come back as asthma later?





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    My 2yr old daughter has a red blotchy rash on her legs one leg being really bad and the other just a few spots her tummy has dry rashy skin we thought it was eczema to start with but slowly the rash has got worse just on one leg she has a slight cough and sniffles can anyone help please





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    Facial eczema is the worst! Try Made from Earth's Three Berry Face Serum. I used to have it all over my face, and its the only face serum that when i applied it would take away the eczema. . .face saver





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    On holiday and my 5 year old son suffers from eczema. Last day and he has a prickly heat type rash appeared on his cheeks, ears mainly, but also on his body front and back. We keep him moisturized due to his condition and environment. Any ideas anyone? Its itchy but not sore.





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    My little boy has had them for 4 months. He is 2 and a half. We have tried an acid type treatment(tretinoina) which leaves him looking burned then we have a different cream (antibacterial)to heal the burn. After 4 weeks of this treatment they are spreading more and the treated ones are growing. It has been suggested that the next stage is to put him under general anesthetic and burn them off, I am somewhat concerned about this, any advise? I have counted about 50 on his body, legs and arms and I am worried it will get to his face soon. He is very conscious and embarased about the ones on his body. I just cant believe there is nothing else I can do?





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    the programme did sugest that this infection was worse for the parents and not the child! It will eventually go on it's own and does not need treatment. Think did say some cases could take up to three years.

    Hi, My little girl is four and has had them for 18 months now and I have been to five different doctors and two pharmasists. All say the same thing, that it is best to leave them alone and they will go when she builds up an immunity. If you use the acid type treatment it can increase chances of scarring and it hurts! She has about two hundred around her neck and some on her face as well as afew on the rest of her body. I was worried when she started school in January that they would be noticed. However that was not the case, the children seem oblivious to them. I think it is more us as parents who are conscious about them. Her spots have in the last few weeks gone very red and I am now hoping that they are on their way out. I have asked around and was amazed by the amount of children we know who have had them. Looking back now I think I went through an obsessive stage of talking about, looking at, trying to pop the spots in front of her too much. I think if we don't mention them they won't think about them. Good luck.

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