Red Spots Accompanied By Fever In Children Who Widen?
My pediatrician is allergic, at first the bump is like being bitten by a mosquito but for a long time it has been enlarged like a sleep and the body is hot !! that’s all I’ve done but it’s still relapsing again. Please explain yes 🙏
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First of all, you should first ascertain whether the bumps experienced by your child really are biduran (urticaria) or other rashes on the skin. You should explain further, exactly where the bump appears (is it always in a certain area, or in the whole body), is there continuous or missing arises, how the shape of the bump, if lost arises, whenever it arises? Exactly how old is your child at the moment, is it really changing milk or always using the same milk?
If it is true that the rash that appears on your child's skin is urticaria or hives, then you need to pay further attention, exactly when these hives appear to be able to find out the trigger. Hives can be caused by various causes, for example:
certain food medicines insect bites or other small animals physical stimulus infections such as exposure to heat, cold, sweat, friction or scratching on the skin, exposure to the sun, etc. contact with certain plants or chemicals and much more If indeed milk is suspected to be the cause urticaria your child, then the way of serving milk (with hot water or plain water) will have no effect. Urticaria will appear if your child drinks the milk. If your child always drinks the same milk but urticaria sometimes does not appear, it is most likely not the milk that causes it.
You can try to make detailed notes about what foods or drinks or medicines your child consumes, or certain conditions (for example being in a hot, cold, or recently exposed to the sun, or near a certain plant, or after playing in a certain place) to can find out the possible causes of urticaria in children. If you cannot find the probable cause for yourself, you can take your child to a pediatrician consultant for an immunological allergy for an examination to look for the cause of the urticaria.
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