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2 Year Old Pimple Like Rash On Buttocks
My 2 yr old has strange rash red and pimple like on belly buttocks and now one under her eye. No change in soaps or diapers. No other symp?
My 2 year old has pimples that have spread to her buttocks, vagina, chin, lips and now her lower eyelids. Please help me?
Need your doctor: Please take your daughter in to see her doctor. The cause of her rash could be as simple as a virus that will get better on its own, but it could also be a bacterial infection or some other problem requiring treatment. You need to show it to a doctor to know. Hope she's better soon! ...Read more
Two year old has pimple like bumps on chin and looks like a light rash on chest and back. No fever, no symptoms. What could it be?
Rash: Difficult to know without seeing it. 1 possibility is that it may be staph or strep on his chin, called impetigo with a more generalized rash that often accompanies it. If this is the case he requires antibiotics to protect particularly his kidneys. Have the rash examined and get a confirmed diagnosis to help with his care. All the best in getting this sorted out. ...Read more
How should you treat a three year olds rash on buttocks. Child is potty traied so not diaper rash, but looks similiar. No pimples or bumpy. To?
My 2 1/2 year old seems to have rash all over his body almost like little red pimples along with he gets fevers what could this be?
Virus or strep: Sounds like a viral or streptococcal infection. The latter is potentially more serious as untreated it may lead to heart, kidney, or nervous system disease. A rapid strep test and, if necessary, a throat culture can make this diagnosis and determine if antibiotics are necessary. You should have your toddler seen by the pediatrician. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I recently took my 2 1/2 year old to the ER because he had a fever of 104.3 it's been 3 days now he has a rash all over his body almost looks like red little pimples along with a mild fever and diiharrea what could this be?
Viral rash: Although it is impossible to say for sure without actually looking at the rash, the sequence of events (fever, then rash) would suggest that this is a viral rash, such as roseola. If the temperature is coming down and your child is drinking and acting fairly normally, symptomatic treatment and observation are all that are needed. If worried--call your pediatrician! ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Abdominal cramping pain, trouble having bowel movement, nausea after eating some foods and pimple like rash on buttocks... What's going on?
Rash: This can't be diagnosed with the information that is available. A history, physical examination & other studies may be needed to determine cause/causes. Once accurately assessed a treatment plan can be developed. ...Read more