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Hi. I'd like some advice about my one year old. He's been having rashes for a little over a week now. He is allergic to dairy and eggs and I don't give him either one. The rashes don't seem to be related to any foods and he doesn't have hives. I've noticed patches of red skin on his back, arms, and stomach, mostly, but they're in different places every time I see them. I don't know what could be causing them. It's been cold here, but it's warmed up considerably and he's still getting the rashes. He got his varicella vaccine about a week ago, but I noticed this happening before then. Should I go to the pediatrician about it? Should I just leave it be and not worry about it?
It's gone now. It might've been a reaction to the vaccine, caused by the cold and the dry air, or might might be his soap causing it. I don't know. I'll ask the pediatrician about if it comes back, though. Thanks.