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Child having reddish painful blisters on the penis. History of food and seasonal allergies

Hi. My 9 year old son just woke in the middle of the Night with shiny blisters on the shaft of his penis . It s also red And painful. I will take him to a doctor in the morning. Any ideas. He s been in and out of pools/swimming Facilities and also has food/ seasonal allergies And sensitive skin (irish decent) Thank you
Asked On : Wed, 1 Aug 2012
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The rashes can be due to various reasons

1. Pyoderma: that is infections especially if the swimming facilities are not hygienic
2. Allergic: try to get him cotton underpants. Synthetic fibres usually cause more reactions
3. Insect bite: is a very common cause of such rashes

Consult a pediatric surgeon. If it is infectious he may require a course of antibiotics. Else for the other two conditions he may do well with a dose or two of anti-allergic drugs
Hope that helps
God bless you
Answered: Wed, 13 Feb 2013
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