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Rashes on face, hands, legs, feet, numbness in fingers, feet. Prescribed steroid prednisolone. Cure?

My son has a rash that comes and goes for the past week.The rash seems to be on his face,hands,legs and feet lips were numb, fingers and bottom of feet were also numb,but just seems to be the big toe with some numbness in it now. He is also finds it itchy. No other symtoms. Our gp prescribed chlorphenamine maleate and a steroid prednisolone . Has now taken steriods for three days.
Asked On : Wed, 23 Jan 2013
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Dermatologist 's  Response
It is simple Irritant Dermatitis..,
Due to Mosquito Bite or other external Allergen..,
Use Calamine lotion topically..,
Oral antihistamins like cetrizine daily night..,
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Pediatrician, Cardiology Dr. Pradeep Kumar's  Response
Most of the rashes in this age group are due to allergic in origin.
I hope this will resolve with the treatment prescribed. If symptoms persists then other systemic causes of rashes must be ruled be ruled out by thorough evaluation.
So I would suggest you to continue the medication also give some antacid if not prescribed already.
Watch for the resolution or progression of the symptoms. If symptoms persists then consult a pediatrician for further evaluation.
Avoid allergens like dust, pollens, air freshners, perfumes and any food items if he is allergic to any.
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