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Child with hives on back, forehead. Didn't switched soap. What could be causing this

My son was sitting on our couch watching spongebob. A second later he came to me itching his neck on both sides. I saw hives . His skin was pretty raised. He started popping up with hives on his back and a couple on his forehead . Why all of a suddon? I haven t switched soaps or anything like that. He wasnt eating anything either.
Asked On : Sat, 2 Mar 2013
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General & Family Physician 's  Response
Dec 2012

Thanks for the post,

If there are no known substances that you could easily identify that could have triggered the hives, then it will be well thought if we start considering the fact that the hives could have been emotionally triggered or there might a developing underlying condition notably extreme cold, excessive perspiration
illness (including lupus, other autoimmune diseases, and leukemia), infections such as mononucleosis etc. Since you can not by yourself determine the listed causes, it will be wise to visit a doctor who can take a closer look to find the cause.

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