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Goosebumps rashes and red rashes
My baby (5months)started having goosebumps type rashes. And red rashes. Applied candid but no help using Allegra not sure if it's helping .. goosebumps rash is spreading now . I keep his skin moisturised with sebamed lotion .. for bath using Himalaya baby bath . Red rashes are turning white after sometime and goosebumps rashes are intact .. any idea how to reduce it ? It's baby skin so not sure what to do
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Don't worry...you are suffering from Atopic dermatitis causing this bumps rashes... Specific medicine available for good control... Treatment depends on the severity..Do direct online consultation for detailed prescription by Sending photos
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Few times such rashes occurs, as baby depends on milk, so you have to stop all spicy food, stop red chilli powder in food for few days, and you will see your baby is going to get complete cure without any treatment. Apply only candid powder daily and maintain proper hygiene.
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avoid spicy, chilli food
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Pls do online consultation with Dermatologist for detailed prescription & guidance.
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Take consultantion and discuss in detail
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