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    sharlyne1986 posted:
    my 2 yr old has his right foot swollen but just 3 of his toes are swollen and it looks pink it also looks like a rash he has some bumps on it but not his whole foot his swollen. what should i do? idk if it might be a bite or mayb he bumped his foot on something but i know it's swollen because his left foot is fine.
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    mama_chong responded:
    it could be hand-foot-mouth disease. if that is what he has your in fer a miserable couple of days. keep the childrens pain reliever and childrens benadryl handy.....
     
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    imscrewdtoo responded:
    It sounds like a bite but watch could be vascular also good luck take care love terrible twos lol


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