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    A question about my 7 months old eye
    mrsshapiro85 posted:
    Hello everyone. I have a 7 month old daughter ( almost 8 months old now ). Every day, she gets these little red bumps under her left eye, and on the eye lid too. They don't appear to bother her at all, and some days the bumps go away, but lately it seems like they're staying. I'm wondering if anyone has had any experience with something like this, and if I should make her a doctor appointment, because she isnt due to see her doc until 9 months.

    Haylen_WebMD_Staff responded:
    Could it be an allergic reaction to something she comes in contact with at the time the bumps appear? Or maybe a food item she eats every day?

    It seems like an allergic reaction. I think a trip to the doctor would be appropriate! If the bumps are not present all the time, you can snap a shot with your phone or camera to show the doctor.


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