Chronic Non-itchy Small Red Bumps

by Caryl

My son who is turning 12 had a bad reaction to his second vaccinations and since then has had a rash. The doctor gave us a cream and I thought it would go away. It is non-symptomatic and non-itchy but it looks terrible and he is embarrassed to go swimming, wear shorts, etc. Also, I keep wondering what caused or is causing it? The rash consists of small red bumps that cover pretty much his entire torso and arms and legs. We have tried many different creams, internal cleanses, eliminating food groups, using hypo-allergenic laundry detergents and soaps, all to no avail. I have not been to a dermatologist as my doctor has not referred me, but frankly, I don't have much faith that it would help. Does anyone know what this is?

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Dec 25, 2010
by: DEL

It is along shot, but stop using soaps, and bathe him in a diluted apple cider vinegar, maybe 1/4 cup in his bath. Or get a spray bottle and put about 1/5 vinegar and the rest water for the shower. Turn the water off after wetting self and squirt all over the body instead of using soap. It will clean, as well as restore the skins natural balance which can be disrupted by medications, especially antibiotics. Vaccinations may have a similar effect. Try this procedure every day for a couple weeks at least. It is even good for your hair when diluted. If it hurts, dilute it further and make sure it is APPLE CIDER vinegar, as it is fermented, and has a lot of medicinal uses. When it is fermenting it develops a lot of naturally occuring good organisms.

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