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Child with rashes. Had cold. Is it allergy or sunburn?

My daughter age 8 has a sudden onset of a rash that looks like mosquito bites. She has had cold like symptoms over the past few days. No fever. She is lethargic and little appetite . No new detergents or anything. Our dog did scratch her face playing last night, no blood just scratch marks (can t even see that today). Also she went camping w/ girl scouts last Sat and came home w/red cheeks but I assumed wind or sunburn as they were outdoors ??? Thoughts
Asked On : Sat, 10 Nov 2012
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Hello i think it is atopic cheeks and rash all over the body can be atopic dermatitis.cold.cough .asthama and dry skin are triad of atopic dermatitis.iit can be cured with daily moisteriser and fusibet ointment over the lesions.the rash of dog can be scabies biut in scabies face is not effected in humans
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