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Recurring red spots on neck, face and behind ears. Not allergic to anything. What is it?

my son keeps getting these red small spots on his neck face and behind ears
i thought it was a heat rash but it just keeps coming back and he isn't allergic to anything and hasn't changed anything to his routine what could this be and what can i get him to prevent this outbreak
my email is YYYY@YYYY please get back to me
Asked On : Fri, 19 Apr 2013
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welcome to healthcare magi forum
thank you for your query
i understand your concern about red spot.
it may be due to bacterial or viral infection.
you need to consult dermatologist for proper management.
you can apply antibiotic cream also.
it may be due to heat reaction or due to some immune related problem .
drink more water and keep the skin dry and clean will help you.
i hope i answered your query
Answered: Fri, 19 Apr 2013
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