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Why are my baby's knees red and bumpy?

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Dr. Jeffrey Min
Pediatrics
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In brief: Dry skin or eczema

This is something that should be seen by a pediatrician, because it could be one of many things including dry skin, eczema, allergic reaction, or something else.

In brief: Dry skin or eczema

This is something that should be seen by a pediatrician, because it could be one of many things including dry skin, eczema, allergic reaction, or something else.
Dr. Jeffrey Min
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Dr. Julia Sundel
Pediatrics

In brief: Atopic dermatitis

This could be atopic dermatitis (a.
D.) a.D starts in infancy and many kids outgrow it. It is described as the itch that rashes. The rash can be on the face, arms and legs the main treatments are aimed at controlling the dryness. Bathe your baby with a mild, non-drying soap (dove) in lukewarm water. Use moisturizers frequently. Your pediatrician may prescribe a steroid cream for the rash.

In brief: Atopic dermatitis

This could be atopic dermatitis (a.
D.) a.D starts in infancy and many kids outgrow it. It is described as the itch that rashes. The rash can be on the face, arms and legs the main treatments are aimed at controlling the dryness. Bathe your baby with a mild, non-drying soap (dove) in lukewarm water. Use moisturizers frequently. Your pediatrician may prescribe a steroid cream for the rash.
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