These maybe. Two separate issues. Usually rashes in children are benign unless there are other signs and symptoms along with it to make a definite diagnosis. As for diarrhea, no milk products for now and hydrate to replenish lost electrolytes from diarrhea. Take pictures of the rash to show your doctor in case you have to go in and be checked out.
Virus. Probably a viral infection. Treat it as such unless he worsens.
Breaking out in small red bumps on legs and slowly spreading and are painful also with a headache and fever what could this be cause from?
See a doctor. Cannot diagnose this without seeing the rash and obtaining a full history and exam. You also need to be checked to be sure you do not have central nervous system involvement. Go see your pcp now. This is the season for tick-borne illnesses and they need rapid treatment. Hope you are better soon.
I have these small red bumps on my legs. They break open when I shave my legs. What can I do about them?
See a dermatologist. It is difficult to make a proper diagnosis since I am not there to see the condition. I recommend seeing a dermatologist so that they can make a proper diagnosis and give you something to get rid of the condition or relieve symptoms.
After gym work or any exercise, my cheek breaks out in small red bumps, like heat rash or something similar, please help?
Rosacea? You likely have a condition known as rosacea which tends to exacerbate with any increase in core body temperature such as exercise. Consult your doctor re. A trial with a topical cream for the treatment. Some cases may require daily intake of an oral antibiotic.
Dyshidrosis. There could be many causes for this from an infection from a bacteria or fungus to a condidion called dyshidrosis where we get tender sometimes itchy bumps on the sides of the fingers and the palms. You would need to have it checked by your dermatologist.
My son recently got a tattoo and now has small red bumps that iych just on his one arm? Could he be alletgic to the ink
Mgt workup. It is possible that he has reacted to the ink, or that there is a developing infection. I suggest applying Neosporin to the area, keeping it clean and dry. If the reaction worsens, a follow up is recommended. An online appointment with photo uploaded can be booked healthtap. Com/DosanjhMD Code: NCYHPZ.