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Toddler Red Bumps On Face
Allergy?: Talk to your doctor about referral to a dermatologist for kin patch testing. ...Read more
Red bumps is a symptom in which a person has a rash of raised spots on the skin, and the spots are redder than the normal skin. Redness is usually caused by increased blood (red colored) in the reddened area. Increased blood flow can be due to allergies, infection, hormonal changes, ...Read more
Could a new skin lotion be causing my occasional red bumps on face? Small red no pus or head what is that? Do they disappear?
Red bumps on face worse when I am hot. They don't itch and they are not pimples they are mostly on my checks. ?
Rosacea : Is likely. See your doctor for to get prescribed topical medications ANS to learn about triggers. ...Read more
Shinny red bumps on face? I have two red bumps on my cheeks one is the size of a bean they move around I do have bad acne, there is no pus what is it?
Acne Nodules: Acne cysts are soft, pus-filled and inflamed lesions that occur deep in the dermis. They are also referred to as acne nodules, and are notoriously difficult to treat with common acne medications such as benzoyl peroxide and salicylic acid. Due to the fact that acne cysts occur deep inside the skin, they must be treated by a skincare professional in order to minimize scarring. ...Read more
Difficult to say...: Rashes are undeniably one of the most difficult diagnoses without some visual input. Bumps on the buttocks do not sound serious, but certainly seems bothersome. Best idea is to take your toddler to the pediatrician, or at least snap a photo on your phone to ask your pediatrician on the next office visit. Has there been a recent change in bath soap or diapers? Avoid baby wipes for now. ...Read more
Toddler has itchy light red bumps and splotches on inner thighs, a few on chin and a few throughout body. Some look like blisters some are flat.
Would encourage: dermatological evaluation for this. Can't assess properly with available info. Take care. ...Read more
Hey my toddler has some red bumps on his arm, he doesn't have a fever or it's not itching, could this be something minor or should I be concerned?
No concern: Just observe, would go away on its own, if it spreads, becomes itchy, or other symptoms, see his doctor, otherwise don't worry ...Read more
My toddler has red bumps on her legs. She also has a few on her trunk and arms. These red bumps are spread out and are not bothering her.Poison ivy?
Patches or streaks ?: Poison ivy tends to start as small blisters in patches or long streaks where the ivy plant comes in contact or a kids contaminated hand or fingers spread the antigen. The thick skin of the palm or finger pads tend not to break out but ivy juice under fingernails spread where a kid scratches. If you see individual bumps scattered around it is likely something else. ...Read more