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Itchy scalp, red bumps on eyebrows and forehead, itchy feet. Does child have eczema?

Hi, My son is 6 months old. He had cradle cap for two months. Once he started to itch , I removed the cradle cap by applying liquid paraffin . Even after removing the cradle cap he still has itchy scalp. I also notice small red bumps(not too much though) on his eyebrows and forehead . He also has itchy feet, where blisters form once he itches. All these rashes comes and goes. Yet his scalp seems itchy without rashes. Is it eczema? how do I cure this? Unable to see my boy itching always. Pls help. I use tedibar soap.
Asked On : Sun, 10 Mar 2013
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Your little son is suffering from Seborrhoeic dermatitis/eczema.What he needs is a good antifungal shampoo,cleanser and a topical steroid cream .I would suggest that you meet up with his docter so that the treatment be started .This condition settle down with time ,what you could also do is maintain proper hygiene ,if possible shave off his hair so that application of crean is possible.
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Answered: Mon, 11 Mar 2013
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