Reddish Spots Appear On The Cheeks, Eyes And Forehead Of A 0 Month Old Baby?
Morning, I am a beautiful 31 years old. R n r nWhy do my baby’s 3 week old faces turn red? Initially only just spots on the cheeks, but in a few days the spots grew red in the cheeks, eyes and forehead areas. Right now, even the eye area has been punched like that. R n r nThank you
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The appearance of reddish spots on the cheeks, eyes, and forehead areas in infants can indicate a mild condition, but can also be dangerous. Differentiating these two conditions needs to be done carefully, namely by involving the examination of a doctor or pediatrician directly.
Here are some possibilities that often raise complaints as your baby experiences:
Skin infections, such as impetigo, miliaria, folliculitis, fungi
Other skin inflammation, such as mosquito or other insect bites, allergies, contact dermatitis, atopic dermatitis, seborrheic dermatitis
Viral or other bacterial infections, such as measles, roseola, scarlatina fever, dengue fever, Singapore flu
Blood clotting disorders, for example due to hemophilia, deficiency of other blood clotting factors, blood cancer, platelet deficiency
Genetic variation (innate), and so on
As mentioned above, without a direct examination, it is impossible for us to be able to establish a diagnosis of the complaint that your baby has Therefore, before the complaint gets worse, we recommend that you consult your baby directly to the doctor. Some types of tests, such as blood tests, allergy tests, and so on, can be done by the doctor if it is necessary to assist the diagnosis. Next, only the right treatment can be given in accordance with the conditions underlying your baby's complaints.
At this time, you can first do the following steps:
Do not squeeze or squeeze the spots that appear
Bathe your baby regularly with clean, using special baby bathing products
Clean the baby's face also using a special washcloth that is soft and clean
Dry your baby's face well, don't rub too much
Do not give powder, cream, oil, or any therapy carelessly on the skin experiencing complaints without advice from a doctor
Do not let your baby come into contact with substances that can trigger allergies or irritation
Give the baby exclusive breastfeeding so that his immune system gets stronger
Keep the environment around the baby so that it is always clean and has good air circulation
Hope this helps ...