My one year old daughter got a bug bite on her leg and now has a rash, do you know what it could be?

My daughter recently got a few bug bites on her leg and now seems to be breaking out in some sort of rash on her stomach and back. I have no idea what kind of bug bit her. Please help!

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  • Anonymous
    9 years ago
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    It's very hard to give advice because I don't know what the bite looks like. Keep checking your daughter's tempreature and if it is above normal then it would be worth bringing her to the doctors. Make sure she doesn't scratch the bites because this could cause some infection. Keep the bites as clean as you can by washing them with some antibacterial soap and applying a dettol cream. This will help prevent an infection starting there.

    I have attached a link to a website specifically for insect bites. It gives pictures and you can see what exactly bit your daughter and it will give some advice and some symptoms that may occur with the bites. It might give you some indication of if it is normal to break out in a rash after a specific insect bit her.

    http://www.biteremedy.com/

    In the meantime, keep a close eye on her and if anything worsens then bring her to see someone.

    Source(s): Student nurse
  • marcom
    Lv 4
    4 years ago

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