Causes And Ways To Deal With Red Bumps On The Skin Of Babies Aged 9 Months?
my child is 9 months old and his whole body grows red bumps … what’s the solution?
Thank you for the question.
Red bumps on the baby's body can indicate mild conditions, but can also be dangerous. Some of the most common triggers for these bumps are:
Bite mites or other insects
Allergies, such as cold, certain foods or drinks, drugs, animal hair, dust mites
Atopic dermatitis (chronic skin inflammation that occurs in people with atopic tendencies)
Skin infections, such as those from fungi, bacteria, or other microorganisms
Others, such as prickly heat, cholinergic urticaria, drug eruption, immune disorders, etc.
This bump should be handled first with the following treatments so it doesn't become more:
Give the baby more milk and water
Watch what initially triggers the appearance of the bump, and as much as possible avoid the baby from the trigger
Wash your baby clean, give him clean and loose clothing, and also keep the surrounding environment clean
Do not carelessly give baby powder, cream, ointments, or any medicine without consulting a doctor first
do not panic
Finally, you should also check your baby directly to the doctor or pediatrician if you find the complaint does not improve with the steps above, or to make a baby fussy, swollen, tightness, vomiting, fever, cold sweating, and other severe complaints. With direct physical examination, allergy tests, blood tests, or maybe other supporting tests, often the best treatment can be given according to the cause of the complaint.
Hope this helps ...