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    OT: What could this be?
    butterfly19790424 posted:
    This isnt a couples questions. This board seems more active than the parenting board and I have posted this there. I just need ideas while waiting on a return call from my daughters pediatricians office.
    My daughter has had fevers of 100.2 on and off for a few weeks. She hasn't had any other symptoms. Last night I noticed a rash on her butt cheek. Its bright red, rough and warm to the touch. It also covers most of the butt cheek.

    Does anyone know what this could be?
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    mariecc_14 responded:
    It could be any number of things; it sounds like an infection however. I would make an appointment rather then wait for the doctor to call you back especailly if this has been going on for a few weeks. Hope your lil girl gets feeling better.

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