Red bumps on legs toddler

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has anyone ever seen rash on toddler like this? Has happened 3 x this past year. Child with extensive medical history. It was confined to back, burned without itchiness, and resolved within 2-3 hours. No causative factors, such as soaps, etc. found. And no,...he was not burned or scalded by the H2O. Please help! This child has been having strange symptoms that the docs can't figure out since the day he was born.
When he got up Thursday morning he had a bit of a rash on near his knees and elbows. On Friday, it was all over his arms and legs and cheeks. I talked to his doctor Friday afternoon on the phone and she felt it was probably a reaction to the vaccine, which on one hand makes sense. However, a few of things don't seem to match up. 1. Although some of the bumps do look like tiny water blisters, they are not red. A few of them are crusting/scabbing over though. 2.
have you checked out impetigo? My daughter had those they were red bumps but not really a rash...and you said they did allergy tests but don't limit it to just foods. Sometimes it can be from the soap you use ( bubble baths etc ) and the detergent you wash her clothes in ( switch to ALL sensitive and rewash all her clothes and bedding )..i've heard of allergies to red coloring dye in kool aid too....
It was everywhere - face, middle, hands, feet, armpits, palms, soles of feet (little less on the arms and legs). She had been swimming in pools about 3 days in a row (more frequent than our weekly trip to the pool). Anyway, she had it for about a week then we decided to take her to the Dr. They checked for strep - test was false. She has no fever. However, not sure if this is related or a coincidence...she has had a raspy cough about the same period of time.
My 2yr. old son starting showing signs of, what I recognized, an allergic skin rash. It isn't as severe as hives, or raised in sections (but that was the first thing that came to mind). I tried to remember if he had a new food lately, but couldn't think of anything (and I've been conservative on what he eats since the rash appeared). The rash, when I first noticed it, was about 3 days ago, & was on the inside of his arms, chest, stomach, & back.
Now a year and a half later we are dealing with a child who ***** her thumb and picks her face to the point that she has scaring, sores and red bumps on her cheeks. I am so heart broken because she is destroying her skin, I don't know what to do! Doctor's give a cream, say she"ll quit picking when she quits sucking her thumb,that could be years!!. What can I do?? I read that it could be a form of OCD, I will not have my child drugged for this, there has to be something else!
on tuesday my daughter came home from preschool with red cheeks and a rash. the rash was red and blotchy with spots all over her legs, buttocks, arms, and waist. i put her in the bath and it immediately got better. the rash was gome by morning. wednesday night her feet were swolen with mosquito like bumps. she also had some random ones on her body, but nothing severe. why is this going away and comming back? she says it itches. we have not changed detergent, soaps or food.
regarding the red bumps on the back of my arms, i read your answer for the other girls, and i do use a loofah, along with an aha lotion. but my question is what can i do about the redness?? and when i get really cold, sometimes the redness will turn blue. please help, i am tired of people telling me it's normal.
I believe in the most natural route possible. The rash used to be so bad that I got deep red blotches on my chest on the way to work. The combo that has worked best for me is no caffeine or chocolate on days that I am social, 3 pharmaceutical fish oil pills in the morning, 200 mg high quality magnesium twice daily, and one 300mg kira st john's wort in the morning. My rash has become almost obsolete for day to day socializing. If I have a "performance" situation - i.e.
My toddler developed a rash on her inner thighs, a bit like what I would think of as prickly heat. A week later, she vomited and at the same time red bumps began to appear under her right arm. As I watched it, the bumps were actually changing shape and size - sometimes small and red, sometimes big and raised. I took her to the hospital but everyone felt it wasnt meningitis.
My 17 month old son developed a raised, sandpaper-like rash on his torso and back about a week or 10 days ago. It is barely visible, but when you look closely, you can see tiny red bumps. It doesn't seem to bother him, although I do catch him scratching at it absentmindedly from time to time - but not enough to cause any breaks in the skin. He has just recently gotten over roseola (about 2-3 weeks ago), but this rash appeared several days (maybe more than a week?
I just woke up with a puffy pinkish eyelid on my right eye yesterday morning.I had burning sensations just in my right eyelid before it showed up.It started a few days ago.I also have a sore right outside of my left nostril.I also have been getting strange raised red bumps on my leg&arm.They start out itchy then burning.
it started out with the feeling of bugs crawling on me then i got these kind of sore bumps in my armpits only and it also felt like my throat glands were bigger as well as my armpit glands. the glands/armpit bumps went away but now it feels like the bugs are goin into my ears and into my nose and now they feel like there going into my anus and i have to use rubbing alcohol to get rid of the stinging and intense itching in that area plus i still have them all over my body to.
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.
Well we were out and my husband saw these little red bumps (but when you run your hand across them, they are not really raised that much). He has broken out a couple of times almost like this (I think it was not quite 2 weeks ago it happened) but not nearly as bad. 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.
Right now, I have evenly spaced red bumps all over my body which first started from a itchy shin to red bumps all over! I have searched up some reasons: scabies, chicken pox, hives, or bed bugs. Any of these are possible because they all have red dots. Try and check to see where your son's dots are, for example, underarms. If the red dots clumped together more in the more "sweating" areas, then it most likely is scabies (also, there would be blister-like apperances).
He put his penis between my breast and ejaculated on my chest. Next encounter, lots of rubbing on each other, oral on me, oral on him, he ejaculates on himself and my sheets. I know he's heterosexual and divorced. Several days later, I had a couple of bumps that were painful on my chest- white tops and then they turned to scabs. Underarms sore but now swollen lymphs to feel and it's gone. bumps still there somewhat.
But the bumps are still on the back of my arms, and nothing helps! Any suggestions? All these lotions and creams aren't doing anything, and i know the sun isn't the greatest solution for my legs, but i am so glad they are clear. this condition was preventing me from wearing shorts, etc. i am so self conscious about it! it's just not very attractive! Can you help?
My 10 year old daughter has a skin condition called keratosis pilaris which makes her cheeks appear red along with small bumps on her upper arms and legs. At her age the red cheeks have become a reason for self consciousness. We've seen a few dermotologists and tried many perscribed creams, none make it disappear. First question is whether there is an alternate approach we can try. Second question, what percentage of children outgrow this condition and at what age.
My son is 5 years old. About 2 months ago he started getting little bumps on his legs that looked almost like chicken pox, a couple even got a clear blister on top. Most though are just raised to a point and red. They were very itchy. A few appeared on his hands and feet, then one or two on his stomach. I took him to the doctor who diagnosed it as Impetigo. My son finished his course of antibiotic but there was no improvement.
I am 26 years old and for many years (since I was a toddler) I have broken out into a rash about 2-3 times a year. This rash starts as tiny bumps on the knuckles, elbows and knees and then as it progresses the little red bumps "merge" into a dime-sized raised, flat-surfaced area with a small white spot in the center of each. The rash then spreads down the length of my arms/legs and over the past 4-5 years I have also started getting it on my face.
I tried twice on her home one, once on her cell phone (she told me to please call her home so I don't 'contribute' to her cell phone bill... ehem.....ok......).... and she does NOT pick up. I am getting a little nervous here....... Well..... *clears throat* I am freaking out.......
My family and I moved into a new apartment in August. It was totally filthy and full of tiny spiders, flies, and fleas. I (alone) bombed and cleaned it thoroughly. After the first week, I was itchy and felt tiny "bugs" crawling on me, although you could not see them. After about 1 week I noticed tiny bumps showing up under my skin. Just little tiny dots barely visible. But by the second week, they were small "sores" about the size of this O.
Please go to the hospital but if you are bound and determined to wait until tomorrow get on that sofa, prop your legs up, keep a pad count and the time, drink plenty of fluids, and when you start to get up ease yourself up gently to sitting position and sit until your head clears and then stand up. You are having what is called orthostatic blood pressure meaning it dips too low for your body to handle at that moment. Now rest and take it easy.
Also, the constant muscles twitchings in my legs and groin area which has been going on for almost 4 months now. If I didn't have those bumps I had from early on, I would be more willing to accept the results but since herpes can look like anything, plus the fact that i've never had them before on my penis although they didnt hurt, I just cant shake the thought of it.
The second time i used it that next day i broke out in hives on my face(cheeks, forehead, etc.), arms and a little on my legs. So my mother took me to the emergency room before it got to my tongue. the doctor said there was likely a virus in the clinic and that is where i got the hives from. So he gave me a benedryl shot and prescribed me benedryl pills and i was on my way.
I think there's quite a lot of us with the same sensation out there. I get the heat sensation at the back of my thigh from time to time. It was wierdest when I was swimming in a cold pool (I had goose bumps) but this hot sensation on my thigh! I am sat a desk for periods of time at work though and positioning seems to be the key here.
There's so little on Tramadol or Ultram on the web. Tons on other drugs. Ok so the most alarming part of the Tramadol we would think would be the fact that it is a synthetic opiate. It's a Narcotic. It's just been slipped thru the schedule. The Opiate aspect of Tramadol is why if you google,"Home Opiate Withdrawal," the techniques found there actually do work! But that's not the most alarming part of Tramadol in my case.
i think i have the same thing because every time i take a shower/bath i get these red itchy bumps scattered on my body (in no particular place), they itch like crazy but if i dont scratch them they go away within an hr or so...it also happens when it rains. i never knew there was a name for it though. years ago i used to getchronic hives all over and my lips and eyes would swell every single day.
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