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Eczema and used Eumosene - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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User :   Hi,
Doctor :   Hi
Doctor :  
How can i help you
User :   I have a kid , 1o months..
Doctor :  
Please proceed with your query
User :   he is having rashes on his cheeks.
Doctor :  
User :   and for past few days.. may be 10 days..
Doctor :  
User :   now its seems like started to oozing liquid..
Doctor :  
User :   we have used Eumosene.. on previous presciption.. but that doestn seem to work now..
Doctor :  
i will help u in this
User :   and the rash looks wet and doesnt seem to heal..
User :   any suggestion Doctor ?
Doctor :   Can i ask few questions
User :   sure
Doctor :   are the rashes red
User :   yes
Doctor :  
any pus or oozing discharge from the rashes
Doctor :   Is the kid active ?
User :   currently its not like puss... but its like drops of water..
Doctor :  
Is the kid feeding well ?
User :   yes the kid is active.. but gets irritated when touched on the cheeks..
Doctor :   ok
User :   yes.. good feeding..
Doctor :  
any fever or running nose
User :   no Doc
User :   Note: i forgot to mention.. he's been having this rashes since birth, and they appear only on cold weather..

Doctor :  
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