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Child has red eruptions on head and above eyes. Excessive sweating. Taken Emosone earlier

My baby is month 10 days old..few weeks back she had some red irruptions on her face.I consulted a doctor where I have been advised to use emosone-m and a syrup called Taximo the irruptions got faded after that today I have applied oil message and again I saw those irruptions back and now I can see them on her head and above her eyes as well..I am really worried.please thing I have noticed that she sweats a lot and these irruptions get more pronounced in exposure to heat and they get faded a little after having bath.
Asked On : Sun, 11 Nov 2012
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Thank you for your query.

It is difficult to guide you without having a look at the eruptions. However the description suggests that they can be due to prickly heat. I suggest you consult a skin specialist (dermatologist) who will examine the eruptions and guide you accordingly.

I hope I have answered your query to your satisfaction.


Answered: Mon, 12 Nov 2012
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