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    Rash on infant, help!
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    ssmith0830 posted:
    ok, I noticed the other day a red dot on my 15 week old daughters face. It was small, red and appreared to have a white ring around it. It was not raised or anything. Now it looks like a blister. Almost like I could peel the skin. I am wondering if it just might be ecezma. I am waiting for the doctos office to get back from lunch so i can talk to a nurse. I am hoping it's just try skin. Anybody have any thoughts??
    Its just on one side of her face.
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    UGAMomof3 responded:
    Hey ssmith0830. Hopefully your docs office wanted you to bring her in. With it having a blister apperance I would def. want to have it checked out.

    Let me know what they said. Hugs!!!


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