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Eczema like rash patches on arms, face and upper torso, spreading. Using Triamcinolone. Tiny bump on thigh. Related ?

My 7 year old daughter has ecsema like rashy patches on her wrists, arms, face, and her upper torso. Treating with Triamcinolone .025% cream twice per day since Friday with little change, seems to slowly spread up her forearms a little each day. Tonight she discovered about a penny size red bump on her inner thigh that is painful to the touch. It doesn t have a center, doesn t appear to be a bite. Could the two be related? Should I take her for a follow up since we discovered the lump tonight and she went to the Dr. on Friday?
Asked On : Sat, 6 Oct 2012
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It seems your daughter has furuncle or bacterial infection of skin.
It can happen due to topical steroid use for eczema.
For such patients visiting my OPD I prescribe oral and topical antibiotics and antihistamics.
You need to visit your physician or dermatologist for proper diagnosis and treatment.
Answered: Fri, 30 Aug 2013
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