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1 year old child, small spots on face, legs, lack of sleep. Cause of worry?

Hi I noticed a few days ago my 1 year old had very small bumpy spots all over her face they don t look red or nasty but it looks like they are on her legs and body now they don t seem to be bothering her and they arnt really noticeable but she isn t sleeping well at night do t know if this is just a coincidence or I should be concerned
Asked On : Thu, 18 Oct 2012
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Hello there,

The bumpy spots which you have mentioned could be an allergic reaction to some newly introduced food item.

Also the skin lesions may arise due to any exposure to an outdoor allergen. Correct observation of his playing activities and exposure to the environment can help in identifying the cause.

As these are non itchy and non progressive, these should settle down.

However it would be best if you can provide some photos of the skin bumps.

If you feel the condition is worsening kindly consult your Skin Specialist.

Wishing your child a speedy recovery.

Take care.
Answered: Fri, 2 Nov 2012
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