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July 21st, 2008, 07:58 AM
skat's Avatar Veteran
Join Date: May 2008
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Hi all! I have a question and am hoping one of you might have some info for me.

DD1, who turned 2 in April, has been breaking out with a red, splotchy rash on her legs, arms and face whenever she's out in the sun. I've never heard of a sun sensitivity, but my sister mentioned it to me. It happens within minutes of being exposed to the sun, which I'm pretty sure is too quick for it to be a heat rash. It seems to occur with or with out sunblock (we use SPF 50 if that make a diff). She's not bothered by it, but it worries me and I don't know if we should be treating her skin in a special manner.

Anyone have experience/advice? TIA!

BTW- The rash disappears within minutes of going indoors.
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