rahses

I recently brought my daughter to the e.r when she had an allergic reaction. The dr. on staff argued with me that it was a viral rash and she had to of been sick. She hasn't been sick since last year. She had a lactose rash, from someone giving her dairy products when she is lactose inloerant. It aggravated me to the extreme. I would know if my child had been sick.

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    03/07/14
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    03/07/14
    She is allergic to the dairy, and she is lactose intolerant. which causes havoc on her skin, leaving her with eczema, rashes, and allergic reactions. She is on a no dairy diet. We had went out to eat, a place with a dairy free menu, and we had gotten up and the person that was there with us, gave her something with cheese in it, and before I could get it she had eaten it. I was really aggravated cause I knew it was gonna happen. She goes to the dr every month to check her skin and her rash on her cheeks from the allergic reactions.
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      03/07/14
      4Katie
      I hate when doctor wont listen to the parents. Rashes are such a hard thing to diagnose and I think most of the time they are just guessing. I suggest watching closely to reduce allergy exposure and keeping benedryl on hand to treat a reaction.
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