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My 3 months old baby is developing red rashes on palm and foot, please help

hi,my 3 months old baby is developing red rashes on palm and foot whta is the problem can i know
Asked On : Mon, 31 May 2010
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Anesthesiologist 's  Response
Hi Vijay,
Rashes over hands and foot may be of many causes commonest being scabies, viral infections, or allergy, consult pediatrician
Take care
Answered: Sun, 30 Oct 2011
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I would guess hands foot mouth and butt disease. Sounds horrible, but really isn't that bad. My son caught it from a daycare and I thought it was chicken pox. Turns out the docter said it was a hands foot viral infection for short. The bumps don't actually hurt or itch your baby, but your child probably had a very sore throat and fever also (it goes hand in hand). It goes away in about two weeks or less, but your child is still contagious to other children for about two weeks after. Tylenol for the fever and sore throat is the temporary fix.
Answered: Fri, 13 Aug 2010
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