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Child suffering with slap disease has persistent rashes, raised bumps, scabs, does not have habit of picking. What is the cause?

My 1.5 year old got fifth diease or slap cheek as some call it.. rash on face has gone away. the lacey rash on her arms is still there but now on her legs and now she has about 6 scattered bumbs on her body that are raised, hard and have a scab on them.. it seems to bother her because she does pick at them.. not sure what this can be please help
Asked On : Wed, 25 Jul 2012
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Pediatrician, Neonatology 's  Response
What you are describing as bumps is a n unrelated condition .
So show her to a doctor to see what they are.
It can be erythema nodosum .
A dermatologist is a better person to consult.
Take care Dr Uma
Answered: Sun, 17 Feb 2013
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