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Purple spot in hand turned white and disappeared. Second spot turned into scab. What is it?

My 11year old daughter had a purple spot appear on her hand about the size of your small fingernail after about 10days it turned white then disappeared last week she had a 2nd spot appear almost identical in size but just slightly below where the first one was the seem to appear overnight this one has turned into a scab and about to disappear. To look at them they almost look like a burn
Asked On : Sun, 27 Jan 2013
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Allergist and Immunologist 's  Response
think of allergy
as it appears and disappers
can be due to medicine taking for other disease like paracetamol ibuprufen calcium iron vitamins multivitamins and diet suppliments
can be soap shampoo oils cooking oil
body application creams ointments hena and other dyes
can be food clothing etc
think f corelate and avoid
till you can use anti allergic sos for itch
apply antibiotic mixed antiallergic ointment bd
and calamine od
till you get theanswer of cause creating the problem

Answered: Mon, 8 Jul 2013
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