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    Baby Rash
    AmyBankGirl posted:
    My 16 week old baby has an awful rash on most of her body. It's hundreds, if not thousands, of tiny pin size bumps that can be skin color but also can turn very bright red. She scratches at them, so they are itchy. They cover the front side of her body but not her back or butt. They're particularly bad on her face/head. She's seen three different Doctors with three different diagnoses: 1) virus, 2) eczema, 3) allergic reaction. I just want a resolution and to make her feel better. How can I treat something when I don't know what it is? Any ideas? Would like to be pointed in the right direction. Thank you.

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