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ok so ds1s itchy spots are now on his willy too - what are they

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FluffyMummy123 Wed 16-Jul-08 17:52:04

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Idobelieveinfairies Wed 16-Jul-08 17:53:01

are you sure they aren't chicken pox??!!

Idobelieveinfairies Wed 16-Jul-08 17:53:48

Piriton to take away the itch...and..some kind of lotoion for rashes if you have any??

poor lad sad

FluffyMummy123 Wed 16-Jul-08 17:53:52

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FluffyMummy123 Wed 16-Jul-08 17:54:30

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Twiglett Wed 16-Jul-08 17:54:40

piriton and have you got aloe vera gel or witch hazel?

FioFio Wed 16-Jul-08 17:54:50

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Idobelieveinfairies Wed 16-Jul-08 17:56:15

Awww must be a nasty nat that got trapped.

my ds has been bitten all around the belly button area..following night his limbs were covered!...the nat totally ignored his sleeping 2 brothers that were sleeping in the same room.

FluffyMummy123 Wed 16-Jul-08 17:59:11

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liath Wed 16-Jul-08 18:00:31

Hand foot & mouth?

watsthestory Wed 16-Jul-08 18:02:01

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FioFio Wed 16-Jul-08 18:03:24

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FluffyMummy123 Wed 16-Jul-08 18:03:30

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NorthernLurker Wed 16-Jul-08 18:05:40

That almost sounds more allergy like than a bite if there's no head. Changed anything like soap or washing powder recently?

Idobelieveinfairies Wed 16-Jul-08 18:10:11

Might be a heat rash....?

if you were lucky enough to have any!

obviously not for your son though...iykwim.

FluffyMummy123 Wed 16-Jul-08 18:11:09

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watsthestory Wed 16-Jul-08 18:11:58

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NorthernLurker Wed 16-Jul-08 18:12:32

so raised but not pustulent then? Ok <takes life in hands> I was very badly bitten on more than one occasion by cat fleas

<runs away very fast indeed>

Idobelieveinfairies Wed 16-Jul-08 18:14:57

I reakon northern has a point there do have kitty-cat yes!

<<runs away and jons northern>>

pooka Wed 16-Jul-08 18:15:10

That can get quite splat like.
Prob with googling is invariably worst case scenario i,e, chicken pox is more chicken pox than normal chicken pox. Scarlet fever is so scarlet that sunglasses required.

Idobelieveinfairies Wed 16-Jul-08 18:15:22

jons???? joins obviously!

FluffyMummy123 Wed 16-Jul-08 18:53:44

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NorthernLurker Wed 16-Jul-08 19:49:06

and is he effective at it? I think your son's bite locations are a bit cat suspicious tbh - like the cats rubbed round the back of his legs and sat on his lap. Are they very cuddly kittens and is your son all over them?

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