Is she ok in herself? no temp? not whingey etc?
My LO often gets rashes- either heat rash or when she eats dairy, but it might be worth asking your doc or health visitor. Have u changed washing powder or anything? Izzy used to get a rash when she was diddy, as she used to cuddle up to us, and we washed our things in bio washing powder, we had to switch to non bio too.
sorry does that make any sense at all? x
Zander kept a rash on his forehead as a baby and its coming back but it was diagnosed as eczema so if your lo keeps it might be worth checking with a dr... does she try to scratch it?? that was our indication that it was eczema he scratched it til it bled as soon as he learned he could scratch
This sounds similar to what my LO had the other week. Turned out it was a reaction to Johnsons bubble bath. Stopped using it and it went in a few days. Have you been using any products that could case a reaction?
Ask nurses advice tomorrow as you've said. Its likely to be nothing, but better to check and put your mind at ease.
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