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Child having vomiting followed by blister like rash on arms and legs. What could it be?

My 2 year old was throwing up at night for 4 days about a week ago and I just thought it was something in her diet . So we monitored her eating habits and she hasnt thrown up since but now she has a weird rash on her calves and the back part of her arms. It kinda looks like a best rash but there are a few bumps that looks like small blisters or pimples do you know what this might be?
Asked On : Fri, 25 May 2012
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Hi...dear sarah...,
Thanks for choosing HCM..,
Vomitings in 2 yrs old baby...,
Problem was in diet only...,
Rash on her calves indicated Histamines in her blood...,
Exclusively....Serotonin will give this picture...,
So do investigations...and evaluate the case...,
It may be Food poisoning ....,
1) Monitor her food....preferably buttermilk rice will be give...,
2) Tab...Sporolac....kid 2 times daily...,
It is Spyrogenes ., it will correct the absortion and avoid fluid lost..,
Sauchets also availble...,
3) Examine her stools...,
4) Replace the fluid loss...,
Answered: Fri, 25 May 2012
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