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Having red bumps on arms, legs, feet. Stopped diary, meat, poultry. Allergy symptoms?

Hi. My ten year old daughter has red bumps on her arms and legs. And red spots on her palms and under her feet . Took her to the gp and he ruled out measles and chicken pox . He said its allergies but we dont know what shes allergic to yet. I stopped all dairy, meat and poultry in her diet but the bumps still reappear and leave red marks. And she now suffers with pain in her legs and is battling to walk.
Asked On : Fri, 29 Mar 2013
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The dermatological conditions are diagnosed on clinical basis. If your GP has diagnosed it as allergic then he might be quite sure that it is an allergy. Allergy sometimes isn't controlled alone with antiallergics and a steroid in combination is also needed. The better opinion can obtained from dermatologist.

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