My 2.5 yr old has a rash on buttocks and upper thigh
My son who is 2.5 has a rash on his buttocks that vary in size but are red bumps the are primarily on his left butt cheek, but has 2 bumps on his right cheek. I also noticed 2 smaller bumps also red on his left thigh. He has had an upper respiratory infection, viral for three days now. Is this most likely a viral rash or could it be something mre to be concerned about
From the symptoms it looks like a viral infection. Make your child wear cotton clothes and apply calamine lotion on the rash. If the symptoms worsen then get it checked from a dermatologist.
It is very difficult to precisely confirm a diagnosis without examination and investigations and the answer is based on the medical information provided. For exact diagnosis, you are requested to consult your doctor. I sincerely hope that helps. Take care and please do keep me posted on how you are doing.
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