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Child has bacterial pink eye and raised rash on arm. Cause?

My 26 month old daughter recently had bacterial pink eye and was put on an antibiotic eye ointment. I kept her home for 2 days before she was around the 3.5 year old girl we nanny for. Somehow the pink eye spread to 3.5 year old anyway. She also had an ear infection . Now my daughter seems to have caught the pink eye again. I put breast milk in her eyes and ears. Her eyes are looking better but now she has a raised warm rash on her arm. Any idea what is going on? Spread of infection? She has an appointment tomorrow with her naturopath.
Asked On : Thu, 14 Mar 2013
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Thank you for your query.

The description provided by you suggests an infection which has spread from one daughter to the other and now seems to be spreading. I suggest that you get her examined by your doctor who will advise you after examining the rash and the eyes. Most probably it appears to be a superadded bacterial infection over a viral one.

I hope I have answered your query to your satisfaction.

Wishing your daughter an early recovery.


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