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My 2 year old daugher have been waking up with hives on her legs and arms.  It's not severe, only a few red spots at a time.  I have been giving her Benadryl and it gets lighter. During the day it comes and goes.  I don't think I've given her anything different than what she's been eating before.  I haven't changed detergent.  The doctor said it could even be from the heat, at night we have the fans on in our bedroom.  I don't know what could be causing the hives.  She's going on her 3rd week now.  I can't get her tested until the hives go away.  She has no fever, and the hives doesn't seem to bother her.  I don't know what else to do!!!!
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It could be folliculitous. My daughter had this and with some antibiotics it quickly went away. It's nothing too serious, just annoying and itchy. The hair follicles were infected.
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