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Clusters of pin prick spots all over back, itchy, tummy ache. How to get relief?

My 5 year old daugher has got clusters of pin prick looking spots all over her back and necj that are very itchy and are causeing her alot of discomfate. Shes also been telling me shes feeling sick and got tummy ache, ive tryed getting her into the doctors for the past week but its not been possible. Can you help me please
Asked On : Tue, 12 Feb 2013
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The symptoms that you have described seem to be an allergic reaction to something. If she is taking any medicine prior to this symptom you should stop it ans start only after a consultation. The tummy ache may be gastritis. You should consult a pediatrician for the same. Antacids will help her tummy ache. Give her plenty of fluids and avoid oily and spicy food. Apply some talc over the body to relieve her of the itches. Anti-allergic drugs like cetrizine will help get rid of the rashes
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Answered: Wed, 13 Feb 2013
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