Hi Mrs. Kriths,
Thank you for posting your query on healthcaremagic.com and giving us this opportunity to clarify your doubts.
Well, to begin with your child seems to be having some kind of an eczematoid/allergic reaction
to anything which his body might be getting into contact with. For eg, his clothes could be touching all the body parts that you just mentioned are involved. Now it is for you to answer some of our questions :
1) Does the rash
come and go OR even increase and decrease?
2) If yes, then when does it increase - any specific time of the day, any season, any specific clothing that he might be allergic to?
3) Any pets at home?
4) Anybody else in the family with a similar history or history of asthma?
In any case, there is almost no disease which cannot be treated. Definitely the rash can go with appropriate treatment. Most of these rashes, which neither itch nor pain, go off with increasing age. I would still advise you to see your nearby pediatric dermatologist
since the skin lesions and rash of any type is always better to be seen than heard. It might be helpful if you gather the answers to all my above questions before you visit a specialist.
Hope i have helped you solve your confusion and will be available in case of further doubts. Take care and stay healthy.