Child’s Body Appears Red Rash Accompanied By Many Small Bumps?
I have a 5-month-old child from birth to 4 months of age given breast milk and SGM sufor on the way to 5 months so children often vomit every night … and a cold cough hanpur 2 weeks does not heal. I have a lot of vomiting and every day at midnight … I think the fear is allergic so changing the milk to neocate was good at first but the child didn’t want to because I was hooked then I replaced lactogen milk because I was allergic and coughed with a cold then .. But since using The child lactogen does not vomit, but the body becomes rash and has a lot of red bumps … this is why … Please help, thank you
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Red bumps can be a symptom of the following skin diseases, which are:
1. Miliaria or prickly heat. Miliaria is often experienced by infants to children, because the sweat glands are not fully developed. So that when the air is hot, sweat becomes trapped under the surface of the skin. This causes inflammation that is characterized by a rash in the form of small red spots and itchy to the point of pain. Usually in infants and children, miliaria will be experienced in the neck region, but can also be in the armpits, elbow and groin folds and on other body parts.
2. Atopic dermatitis is inflammation of the skin due to allergies, characterized by redness, peeling, dryness and itching.
3. Contact dermatitis, which is inflammation of the skin that occurs due to allergic reactions or irritation.
Mothers should bring the baby in consultation with a dermatologist so that further testing can be done. Meanwhile, mothers use bath soap and special baby soap. Wear baby clothes that are loose and absorb sweat. We recommend that you use enough baby care products. Like powder, baby oil and others do not need to be applied to the baby until the skin condition improves. Infants who are 5 months old should bathe in plain water (no need for warm water anymore).
Thus hopefully useful.