Rash on neck toddler

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my 2 year old toddler gets this rash that appears in different areas of her body it itches. the area gets red then medium size welts llike rash appears. it last for about one hour goes away, then it appears in another area of her body. do you have any suggestions.
Last week i noticed on the base of her neck a rash was starting so i just kept on with what the dermatologist said and the rash continued down her whole back to her bottom and the back of her knees as well as the inside of her elbows. I have also noticed on her scalp that it is starting to flake like dandruff. We have tried everything from the sensitive soaps to everything our dermatologist says and we are just kindof stuck.
I noticed it yesterday when I changed his diaper and it was on his chest, tummy and back. After his nap yesterday it has spread to his neck and hairline and there are a few spots on his face. He is still quite active and eats & drinks normally, sleeps normally. The rash does NOT seem to be itching as he has not been fussy nor does he scratch or touch it.
My toddler has developed a small circle shaped rash on her neck, I wasn't overly concerned until I noticed another patch a few inches under her ear. It circular shaped and has small tiny bumps. It does not itch her, or hurt, it is not oozing or pussing. I applied tinactin and it seemed to go down. Both bump last a week. She was sick, both my children were sick, and then right after that I noticed. The reason Im TERRIFIED is that I thought it may be herpes.
however not sure what to do about my face....sigh. ive read on here most people get the neck/chest rash, does anyone get blotchiness on their face?? the rash comes on my chest when im nervous but if something is really embarassing like a school talk *shudder* or something like that my whole face gets really really red and blotchy and people always comment. so just wondering if anyone gets it on their face? anyway, would love to hear back from anyone!!
I have a 2 1/2 year old, she has had a rash in her genital area for six months now. I have seen the doctors several times and also seen a pediatric dermatologist. He diagnosed it as Eczema. The rash clears up with steroid and then comes back with in a week. My concern is the use of steroid. I am monitoring her diet but its very hard to pinpoint what is the trigger. I use an ointment to keep the area moisturized all the time. Please suggest what else i can do?
my 3 year old son has developed a skin rash. He started to develop an itch on his penis and had pimple like dots 3 weeks ago and his doctor said it was normal and give him some onintment which cleared the dots. It has been 3 weeks not, his itch has continue from his penis to the rest of his arms and legs and back of the neck. I put olive oil to keep it from being dry and it appears patches of dry flaky spots developed and looked like it could be eczema.
I then began watching him sit. When he sits he will not sit with weight equally distributed on both hips, he'll immediately shift his weight to one side or the other, or need to sit sideways with a leg up, then he's fine. Since a 5 point harness prevents him from doing so, he can't figure out how to fix whatever it is that hurts. This week he also started it in the stroller. He will not sit on my lap without shifting to one side or the other.
I did take him to the drs, got laughed at a bit, and was told to wash it with baby soap and water and put some lotion on it...for the neck, ears, and eyebrows. this helped soooo much!!! the ears and neck cleared up first but the eyebrows took a bit longer. as for the dandruff, I just washed it every other day with baby shampoo and would try to comb his hair/scalp before each bath time. I took a month or so to totally go away.
, atopic dermatitis) is believed to have a hereditary component, and often runs in families whose members also have hay fever and asthma. Itchy rash is particularly noticeable on face and scalp, neck, inside of elbows, behind knees, and buttocks. Recent studies provide hints that food allergy may trigger atopic dermatitis. For these people, identifying the allergens could lead to an avoidance diet to help minimize symptoms, although this approach is still in an experimental stage.
I was undetectable on all checks during tx and at 24 weeks. The rash is only on my neck at the collar bones and back to the back of my neck and then stops. I also have a small patch on the inside of my forearm and a small patch on the back of my hand near the thumb joint. Otherwise, I am pretty well. I have good energy, and feel good. I do get bouts of joint pain sometimes pretty badly but then it goes away. I spoke to my doc about it yesterday and he wants me to see a derm and I will.
It's all over his belly, back, underarms a little on his face, and neck, and even in his private area and inner thighs. It's not on his legs or arms really. In his private area, some spots are a little blotchy and the one area on the side of his face. My husband thinks it's the chicken pox...but how do you know for sure? Could it just be some sort of rash? I'm not sure how to tell the difference. He honestly has been acting normal, not really cranky or fussy or showing signs of discomfort.
I haven't noticed it anywhere else on his body, although he does have molescum contagiousum on his neck. Do you think it could just be some sort of viral lesions or should I get him checked out?
Yeast infections are very common among infants and toddlers with diapers and who are just starting to toilet train simply because yeast ( most commonly known to be caused by a species of fungus called Candida Albicans ) enjoy growing and multiplying in wet skin folds like gluteal folds , groin and neck , armpits , mouth and nail folds. Most doctors decide on physical exam that a rash on the groin or a thrush in the mouth is a yeast infection .
It started just a little on the back of my arms when I was a toddler and as I grew older it spread slowly over the years around my body. My body hair is very light not hairy at all. It seems to appear where the body hair starts to appear. I am now 31 years old and it has appeared a little everywhere except my head, neck, hands, lower legs and privates. I don't think it would spread as much on females since guys spring hair from all over as they grow older.
Hi, I am experiencing bruises on my legs but unlike you I havent started a new exercise I have a toddler and a little baby but I dont play rough with them and I dont understand my bruises I went to a family doctor a month ago because of the bruises and she ran some blood tests (CBC with differential and something else) and was told everything is normal. One month after my bruises are back and all I can think of is the mirena I had put it almost 4 months ago.
same things happening to me/ after a few seconds after turning out the light and laying down I start feeling these things here and there, especially around my ears/back of neck, upper shoulder area/ on my face, which drives me crazy -on my leg, foot, arm (it's intermittent)can't sleep much any more, have been wondering different things/ could someone put something in our air-conditioner air handler outside?
An itchy rash behind his ears, a rash around his eyes and on his face, a rash on his neck and hive like rash on his belly. The rash took a few days to subside. We are in the process of having him tested for allergies.
Dec came and went no AF so went in to see if I was Pergo but no I was not so they put me on provrea then Clomid on 3-7 100mg. I am now on my 3 and last round of Clomid I am on 150mg 3-7 days and I hope that this time I O because on my last round they told me I O early on cd 15 I have never O in 11 years so that was a good thing. But doc said that the numbers where not where he wanted them to be at so that is why he up my clomid this time.
My daughter had Chickenpox when she was a toddler, but the last few days she has developed spots that look like chickenpox on her torso and neck, they are starting to spread down her arms, but she has no other symptons. Is it possable for her to contract chickenpox again? The spots also are on both sides of her torso and across her middle , that is why I don't think it is Shingles. She is 11.
So, my wife then tried Neutrogena for sensitive skin, and she developed a rash on her body. We feel horrible. We would love for her to be able to enjoy the beach or a pool, but obviously need to protect her skin...We've contacted our doctor, and are in the process of tracking down a local dermatologist who can see her soon. Anyone else had struggles finding an agreeable sunblock for infants? Any suggestions?
usually its a rash, and itchin , swallowing , wheezing, along those lines
away from them so they dont breath it in and it works in about a day, and occationally ill put it directly on them but i put it on my hand first .....but for rashes on the neck id stray away.....this sounds weird, but i have doubled chinned babies and they get rashes undedr their, so i just put a tiny bit of vassaline (for babies) under there and the rash goes away...
this has been going on for 18 months.. LDH is the only blood test he has had thats been abnormal... & now its at the highest ever.. 896 . his symptoms are reoccuring episodes of malaise & lethargy...sits around many days unable to really do much normal toddler activty saying he's tired & his legs hurt a bit... His lymph nodes in his neck (cervical) & nodes at base of his head enlarge & then decrease all the time (but are ALWAYS prominent even on a good period).
I can't remember not having them. It started just a little on the back of my arms when I was a toddler and as I grew older it spread slowly over the years around my body. My body hair is very light not hairy at all. It seems to appear where the body hair starts to appear. I am now 31 years old and it has appeared a little everywhere except my head, neck, hands, lower legs and privates. I don't think it would spread as much on females since guys spring hair from all over as they grow older.
The spots look like chicken pox's but with out the blister and they are only on his body and neck. he does not feel ill at all. But he can't go back till the Dr says it's not contagious. Any ideas? I think I had read on the www some where that people with MS were more proned to shingle hence my concern. The theory seemed to e based around the fact the were both to do with the nervous system. Incidently I had never heard of vaccines agaist chicken pox's or shingle's here in the UK.
I made my research but I'm not sure if my assumption is right on the dot. Base on my research and the pain that targeting my head is on the occipital lobe area- it does consists of jabbing pain in the distribution of the greater of lesser occipital nerve. Today, the pain shoots up to the left upper back of my head. I don't understand and it's not very pleasant feeling knowing that exercising is my passion to do yet the pain preventing me to concentrate and lift heavy than I usually do.
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