Baby Dermatology: Five Common Skin Problems

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As a parent, we always have questions about our baby. When we see something new on their skin, we like to know what is happening and how to deal with the condition. We want the best for our child, and want to prevent different ailments that can make them uncomfortable. Every parent should try to avoid complications by acting at the right time.

You may one day see a red rash, different types of pimples or bumps, dry skin, purplish spots, yellow crust…Imagine all the questions! What’s that? That’s new! Is it eczema? Perhaps I didn’t dry their bottom well enough, and now they’re irritated? And so on…


In this article we will look at:

For more information, please click on the links found in the texts about the different types of skin problems.

Let’s start with nevus simplex.

 

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Baby Dermatology: Five Common Skin Problems

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