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Small child, white patches on cheeks, near nose, eyebrows, chin. Causes for patches?

hi, my name is XXXXX and I m mom of two month old baby girl, from few weeks I noticed some white patches on the cheeks, near nose , eyebrows, chin of my little angel. My baby born with smooth white skin. Can you please help me with this. I don t understand what exactly it is and what should I do to get rid of these white patches? Please help!
Asked On : Fri, 21 Dec 2012
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generally pale white patches like these are common in newborns and infants..these are called as milia which resolve spontaneously within few weeks ,,
it also may occur due to vitamin and iron folic acid deficiency,,.so u can better give multivitamin drops to your child for this for 1 mth..
and even then if they do not resolve with growing age , then u can go to ur paediatrician..
right now u need not panic bt js keep observing for a few weeks ..if the baby is healthy with good feeding and good movements then nothing to worry..
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