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    4yr old nails peeling back
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    AubreeJada posted:
    I have a 4yr old and her nails are peeling back also. She has not had the hand mouth foot diease. She was diganoised with HSP(Henoch-Schonlein Purpura) over a year ago. Ever since she was diagnoised with this it just seems like different things are happening. She started breaking out in a different rash. I have took her to a Allergist and she had blood work done. All test came back negative. She has been taking Claritin for a month now. I noticed her nails peeling back 5 days ago and its really worrying me. Does anyone know what could be causing this?
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