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Down's syndrome, have redness over palms with heavy peeling post antibiotics for infected sores in groin. Is it due to medicines?

our daughter just started a 6 week course of antibiotics for severe infected sores in her groin area...she has down syndrome and is overweight ...just a few days ago her palms got very red and a couple of days later the skin on her hands started to peel...big sheets of skin are being sloughed...could this be related to the medication or some other condition
Asked On : Sun, 22 Apr 2012
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Dietitian & Nutritionist 's  Response
Hi sorry to hear that your daughter is suffering from down syndrome which is soo bad that it does not have any specific treatment. The condition of skin is not due to medicine but there might be some other underlying cause. Just get her weight reduce by diet as she is not able to do any physical just cut down her fat and carbs make her on lots of fruit and vwgitables which ll definatly make her to loss. Just regularly visit to doctor and do consult for her for any small eliment. Bye and take care.
Answered: Thu, 3 May 2012
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