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My son suffering from red patches with dry skin.

my son is 6 months old. Past three months he was suffering with dry skin , his body has red patches. I have consulted doctor and they provided hytromol, but it got increased, so I got Diprobase. I am using this cream past three days for my son. But yesterday I have noticed that he got some spots like pimples (not in yellow colour, but in the top it has dark black marks). I have consulted doc today, he was telling that this is because of try skin. One of my friend got chicken box, so I was wondering is it chicken box. Please advise me to resolve my son s skin problem. Please
Asked On : Thu, 21 Oct 2010
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Hi welcome to Healthcaremagic

Hi..., the above signs and symptoms are not due to Chickenpox...
it may be Rashes developed due to Diaper... The classical signs of chicken pox is,
the lesions will be like dew like first appear on the trunk, then spread to chest,
and all over limbs... Do not worry,...
Hope I have answered your question..

Answered: Sun, 28 Aug 2011
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