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Child has raised rash on arm, lower abdominal pain, vomiting. No fever. What could it be?

my 5 yr old daughter has a quarter size round rash on her left arm , it has a subtle raised center with a dimple of a pustule in center...and small pustule on her wrist , that is how the bigger one started, wondering what it could be,,,she now has been complaining of lower abd pain, she vomited earlier, but no fever , seems kind of out of it. please help
Asked On : Tue, 13 Nov 2012
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Thank you for your query.

Though you have a good description of the rash there is no mention of the duration of the rash and how it started. This information would have helped us to try to come to some conclusion and whether it is related to the abdominal pain.

Abdominal pain and vomiting can be unrelated to the rash too. It could be due to the thing which your daughter may have taken earlier or may be a day earlier. Kindly observe if she lands up in diarrhoea. You can give your daughter tab. domperidone (Domstal) 1/2 tab. to control vomiting.

I hope I have answered your query to your satisfaction.


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