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4 year old with reddish blotch under the eye. Using hydrocortisone cream. Patches spreading to cheeks. What could this be?

Little boy 4 yrs. Blonde and fair skinned. Had bad baby acne since birth which was treat with constant antibiotics. Better note and off the medicine for nearly a year. About a month ago a red blotch under his eye, looked like dry skin but it is worsening even with cream. Dr thinks it s a bacterial infection gave him antibiotics and hydrocortisone cream. It s getting worse and patches on his other cheek have started to come up. Not sore or itchy, not psoriasis or eczema .
Asked On : Wed, 3 Apr 2013
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consult dermatologist. Dont use cortisone cream on face in children
Answered: Wed, 3 Apr 2013
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