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Child with light purple mustache rash on her upper lip. Cause?

My 5yr old daughter has come home from school today with a light purple mustache rash on her upper lip . Its not swollen or itching (she didnt even know she had it until we asked what had she had to eat or drink today). She has only had water and a pear for snack and jacket potato with cheese for lunch, again with water. It looks like shes had blackcurrant juice. Its not very angry etc, but is noticeable.
Asked On : Fri, 1 Feb 2013
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Thanks for your query.
Relax.there is nothing to worry as it is localised,not associated with any other feature like itching,burning sensation,fever.
I suggest you to observe it for sometime and in case any symptoms appear you can have consultation with your doctor.
In the meantime you can apply cold compresses and calamine over affected area.

Wishing your child good health.
God bless.
Answered: Sat, 2 Feb 2013
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