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What do red rashes on the skin which come and go indicate ?

My daughter started getting a rash that comes and goes on her arms and knees. It looks really red and she says it is hot. It goes away. What can it be?
Asked On : Sun, 25 Mar 2012
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Hi..dear cynthiam..,
Thanks for choosing HCM..,
Rash on arms and knees...
comes and goes....usually due to..,
allergy to irritants....may be conact allergens, sun rays.,
cosmetic, elastic of wears..,
So evaluate it and remove the allergen.,,
1) Apply CALAMINE lotion on affected part in the morning times.,
Betamethasone and gentamycin cream in the night times..,
2) Age is not mentioned...So use Levocetrizine....daily.,
depend upon weight of the body..,
3) Antiboitics depend upon weight of the body..,
Ofloxacin 2 times daily....
If U tell weight of the Baby with Age ..I can tell correct dosage..,
So follow and get good result....thanQ
Answered: Thu, 3 May 2012
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