Tuesday, June 8, 2010

@ rashes


Agak risau jugak sekarang ni actuallynye, sebab Kaisah ngan Thaqif both kulit 'mahal'... kulit tak berapa tahan ngan air, produk kebersihan, pampers dan sebagainye yang sebarangan... latest nih... both of them ade naik rashes skit kat muka ngan badan... cian tul... so, sementara tak berapa nak bz nih, ibu Kaisah and Thaqif ade surfing the net and I found out these info that I felt they should be shared with others... layanzzz...

=> info on babies rashes and acne

A yellow tinge to the skin; in dark-skinned babies, check for yellowness in whites of eyes, palms of hands, and soles of feet. Commonly appears in the first few days of life or in about a week in premature babies; more common in premature babies => Jaundice

Tiny white or yellow pearly bumps on nose, chin, and cheeks. Common in newborns after the first several weeks of life => Milia

Small pimples or red bumps on face. Usually appears between 2 and 4 weeks of age; can be present at birth or develop around age 3 to 4 weeks => Neonatal acne

Red, puffy skin in diaper area; flat, red rash or raised, red, rough rash; warm skin; discomfort during diaper changes => Diaper rash

Pimply rash on neck, chest, stomach, back, under arms, or near edges of diaper or clothing; tiny blisters. Especially likely if sitting in the sun or a warm room or dressed too warmly => Heat rash

Flaky dry skin on scalp that looks like dandruff; thick, oily, yellowish, crusting patches that can show up on other parts of the body. Common in newborns; usually clears up in the first 6 to 12 months => Cradle cap

Beefy red, bumpy rash in diaper area; pus-filled bumps; may be worst in the skin folds, with some isolated bumps around periphery of main rash; doesn't respond to diaper cream => Yeast infection

Itchy rash usually on cheeks, chin, scalp, elbows, diaper area, and knees; dry, thickened, scaly skin or tiny red bumps that may ooze. Most common in families with history of allergies or asthma. Eczema

Red, raised, swollen areas on skin that are very itchy; may appear on any part of the body. May come and go; usually last from a few hours to a few days but can stay for weeks or even months => Hives

Raised or flat marks visible on skin at birth or several days or weeks after birth; most commonly tan or light brown flat patches, bluish or grayish spots on the back or buttocks, blotchy pink or purple marks on back of neck or on forehead or eyelids; dark berry-colored stains on the face or head; raised crimson marks like strawberries => Birthmarks

Rash of one or several red rings, ranging from dime- to quarter-size; usually crusty or scaly on the outside and smooth in the center; may get larger over time; may appear as dandruff or less-ring-shaped bald spots on scalp =>Ringworm

Itching around head and ears; tiny, hard-to-see bugs on scalp that may be dark or light (may be easier to see lice eggs that are firmly attached to hair shaft) => Head lice

Severely itchy rash of scattered and isolated red patches, usually between fingers, around wrists, and on elbows, armpits, navel, nipples, lower abdomen, and genitals; sometimes curvy white or thin red lines nearby. Itching is most intense after a hot bath or at night and may keep your baby awake => Scabies

Red bumps that become small, pus-filled blisters that may burst and turn into soft yellowish-brown crusts; often develop around nose and mouth but can easily spread to other parts of the body; fever and swollen lymph glands in neck =>Impetigo

Fever, loss of appetite, a sore throat followed by painful, blisterlike sores in mouth or on palms of hands, soles of feet, or buttocks. Most common in preschoolers, though adults and children of any age can get it => Hand, foot, and mouth disease

Fever (often above 103 degrees F) for three to five days; afterward, a raised or flat, rosy-pink rash on torso and neck that spreads to arms, legs, and face. Most common between age 6 months and 3 years => Roseola

Small, red, itchy bumps that become water blisters on a pink base and then crust over in about four days; fatigue; slight fever. Uncommon in babies => Chicken pox

Small, fluid-filled blister on or near lips; may enlarge, burst, and crust over; can appear individually or in clusters. Uncommon in babies => Cold sore

Thick, red or silvery scaling rash; generally appears on elbows and knees; may also show up on head resembling a bad case of dandruff or diaper area resembling a very severe diaper rash. May also appear as small, dotlike lesions, usually on trunk and limbs; may be itchy. Uncommon in babies => Psoriasis

Swollen, itchy, red patches of skin that may appear in streaks or lines at first. Baby has been exposed to plants in the woods or to an animal who's been romping in the woods => Poison ivy, oak, or sumac

Fingers or patches of skin that turn pale, waxy, or stiff after being out in the cold; swelling and blistering in more advanced cases => Frostbite

A slight fever, achiness, cold symptoms, followed a few days later with red cheeks; lacy red, sometimes itchy rash on trunk and feetthat lasts up to ten days. Most common in preschool and school-age children => Fifth disease

Small, grainy bump or cluster of bumps, usually on a hand but can occur anywhere on the body; usually skin-toned; may contain black dots. Uncommon in children under 2 years old => Common warts

Pink-red, itchy rash that appears first on face, then spreads over body and lasts two or three days; mild fever; swollen lymph nodes behind ears; runny or stuffy nose; red, inflamed eyes. Very rare due to vaccinations; most likely to occur in unvaccinated children => Rubella

Fever; runny nose; red, runny eyes; cough. Red bumps with tiny white dots on inside of cheeks a few days later, then rash of flat, red patches begins on head, progresses down back and trunk, then arms and hands, and finally legs and feet. Rash starts as flat red patches but develops bumps; may be itchy; fever may climb to 105 degrees F. Sometimes nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, and swollen lymph nodes. Rash lasts about five days, fading in the order it appeared. Rare due to vaccinations; most likely to occur in unvaccinated children => Measles

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