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My daughter has red bumps on her legs, arm pits arms and hands, they are not itchy and she has not been sick. No fever. She has had allergies?

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Dr. Amrita Dosanjh
Pediatrics - Pulmonology

In brief: Mgt

This could represent a number of different types of rash, including insect bites, impetigo or a viral exanthem. Continue to keep her well hydrated and monitor her temperature.
If she is less than one year, in particular, I would suggest seeing your PCP.

In brief: Mgt

This could represent a number of different types of rash, including insect bites, impetigo or a viral exanthem. Continue to keep her well hydrated and monitor her temperature.
If she is less than one year, in particular, I would suggest seeing your PCP.
Dr. Amrita Dosanjh
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Dr. John Chiu
Internal Medicine - Allergy & Immunology

In brief: How long?

If this is something happening just for a few days, it may be from a viral infection or less likely a drug reaction.
See doctor it this is getting worse or the problem has gone on for more than 2 weeks already. Consider stopping any newly introduced drug after consulting with your doctor.

In brief: How long?

If this is something happening just for a few days, it may be from a viral infection or less likely a drug reaction.
See doctor it this is getting worse or the problem has gone on for more than 2 weeks already. Consider stopping any newly introduced drug after consulting with your doctor.
Dr. John Chiu
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