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5 month old developed rash around mouth, nose and eyes. Used aquaphor, no help. Solution ?

hi - my 5 month old baby has developed a rash around his mouth, nose & eyes (small pimple like bumps). He has had it for about a month now... currently on formula (was with neosure, then switched to prosobee (soy)), but that hasn t changed anything. the rash tends to go away over night and is gone in the morning, but throughout the day breaks back out again and by night is terrible. any solutions? i have been using aquaphor, but not improving.
Asked On : Fri, 10 Aug 2012
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This doesnt seem like a big problem. Can very well be an allergic rash to something which you need to find out yourself or it can just be a non specific rash. Instead of trying out different things, its wise you consult a pediatrician. Takecare.
Answered: Tue, 14 Aug 2012
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