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Small child, tiny pimples on fingers, clear fluid blisters, redness. Causes for symptoms?

my baby girl is 4 months old, yesterday i found a tiny red marks like pimple on one of her fingers, before nightfall it turned clear fluid filled blisters which broke the same night but i woke up in the morning and found out that it is still bringing out fluid and the other fingers have all swollen and bright red in color what do i do and what is causing this?
Asked On : Wed, 28 Nov 2012
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Thank you for your query.

I suggest that you consult your doctor for the problems being described by you. Without examing the lesion that you are describing it is difficult to tell you the reason for them. I can only think about some blood borne infection settling down in the fine capillaries of the fingers where the blood flow becomes very slow. This can follow some throat infection.

I hope I have answered your query to your satisfaction.

Wishing your daughter all the best.


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