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Infant having small blister like spots under the eye. What are these?

my 20 month old girl has small spots just underneath her right eye, they look like a blister but upon closer inspection, look like 3 small spots very close together. It also a bit red and patchy. She is off her food and a bit grouchy, but otherwise OK We go on holiday tomorrow morning and I was a bit concered Can you help me understand what it might be? extra info: we live in hot climate, southern spain and she is in the sea or pool daily. Thanks
Asked On : Wed, 22 Aug 2012
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It seems like a non specific rash that can develop in children of this age group. Need not do anything for this rash. Can apply normal baby oil to decrease irritation if any. No other medications. It should usually disappear in a week.
Hope she gets better soon.
Answered: Thu, 23 Aug 2012
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