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Having smooth red patch on skin

What could be the cause and treatment of a smooth (not dry or rashy) patch of red skin on my 3 mo old s lower leg? By it s appearance you could say it looks like a 1st degree burn but there s no way that would be the case. Thankfully, it does not seem to bother him at all but it must be caused by something. Also, I exclusively nurse him so I don t think it would be an allergy.
Tue, 16 Aug 2011
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it is deficult to say any thing bethout examination,so please contect with good dermetologist or any good homoeopath (because homoeopathy is very good for skin)
Allergist and Immunologist Dr. V.Victoria's  Response
Probably it could be a napy rash.But anyway please get examined by a dermmatologist as earlier. Thankyou.
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Nephrologist Dr. Rakesh Madhyastha's  Response
Thanks for the query

It looks like a mole, and there is not treatment to treat it. With age it might grow a lil more larger in size, the best treatment option is plastic surgery
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