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Dermatitis Patch on Cheek

A six yrs old boy developed a small pimple on his left cheek near eye...after a febrile illness due to left parotitis treated with Rhus Tox ...later that pimple changed into a small rounded patch of redish dermatitis with some scaling and some small vesicles appearing and disappearing..
otherwise child is healthy with good energy and good appetite
kindly suggest some remedy
  Doctor Humayun on 2009-03-27
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no suggestions?
Doctor Humayun last decade
any suggestions please
Doctor Humayun last decade
no suggestion yet
i think this is the most inactive forum i ever joined
Doctor Humayun last decade
Most probably due to over repetion of Rhus tox,ie.,medicinal aggravation.
If it is not much severe, you can wait ,it will go itself or antidote
PANNAKKAL last decade
As advised by Dr. Pannakkal you should wait for reasonable time and the patch may not recur. If there be a need to antidote give a single dose of sulphur 30. sulphur follows rhus well and it also antidotes rhus.
kadwa last decade
as there were no suggestions on the forum i did not give him anything and the patch is disappearing slowly
thanx once again
Doctor Humayun last decade

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