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2 year olds feet peeling! Help please

(15 Posts)
Friedbrain Tue 19-Aug-14 08:29:24

Hi.

2 yo little ones feet are peeling... Any ideas why?

There has been no blistering, no burn, no injury, nothing.
They don't look sore either...

What is this?

TIA

Friedbrain Tue 19-Aug-14 09:28:08

Anyone??

Iv tried ringing the doctors but a doctor isn't available to talk to me

snickers251 Tue 19-Aug-14 09:36:32

Watching with interest as my two dc 4yo and 18mo have the same!

Friedbrain Tue 19-Aug-14 10:05:56

Haven't walked on anything hot.

Haven't been swimming for weeks

AggressiveBunting Tue 19-Aug-14 10:08:41

Athlete's foot?

SueDunome Tue 19-Aug-14 11:58:06

Are you making sure his feet are dried properly after his bath? If not, the skin does tend to peel, especially in this warm(er) weather

lougle Tue 19-Aug-14 12:24:26

Sometimes feet and hands can peel after a Staphylococcus infection.

AggressiveBunting Tue 19-Aug-14 13:18:45

Also after Hand foot and mouth, but presumably you'd have noticed if he'd had that

FoodieToo Tue 19-Aug-14 15:43:14

My guys seem to be allergic to crocs. Their feet peel when they wear them!

beautifulgirls Tue 19-Aug-14 19:13:34

Strep infections can cause this, DD had peeling hands and feet coming off in sheets like greaseproof paper after a severe strep infection.

snickers251 Tue 19-Aug-14 19:14:45

Well that's me answered aggressive bunting, they had that a fortnight ago.

Thanks!

chocolatemartini Tue 19-Aug-14 19:33:26

My DS's feet peeled after hand foot and mouth

Friedbrain Tue 19-Aug-14 21:36:49

No hand foot and mouth....

sad

tobysmum77 Fri 22-Aug-14 08:10:08

isn't it something they can have very mildly/ only have some symptoms?

vvviola Fri 22-Aug-14 08:12:39

New shoes?

I have vague memories of not being able to wear a certain brand of shoes growing up because they made my feet peel badly.

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