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<p>Hi everyone,</p>
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<p>My three and a half year old son is just getting over a cold that was accompanied by a fever (a bit warmer than low-grade, but not worrisome, and certainly not enough to slow him down). A day or two ago I noticed a few red bumps on his forearm. They look almost like bug bites, but they're not. They not inflamed looking, nor do they look like they're pus-filled. They're just little, hard, red bumps. A few minutes ago, my husband alerted me to the fact that the bumps are now on both arms and legs. They are not on his torso/back/face/hands/feet. His bottom has what I thought was some dry, bumpy skin on it (that I attributed to recent swimming in a hotel pool that was VERY chlorinated), but they may be an extension of the bumps that are on the rest of his body.</p>
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<p>Any thoughts? Also, thanks!</p>
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<p>Cheers,</p>
<p>Jillian</p>
 
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