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    Good morning all. 1 of our babies is 4 months old and this morning we noticed a red patch on her back. Is this a hot spot and if so what can we put on it? Thanks!-20130831_083539-jpg-20130831_083539-jpg

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    I doesn't look like one,,,,,yet. perhaps a bug bite? it doesn't appear to be distinguishable yet. keep an eye on it, post more pics if it starts to change, get scabby etc.
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    could perhaps be the beginning of one its hard to tell. you could put some peroxide on it just in case. a hot spot will turn very wet like ointment and you cant wipe it off. just keep an eye on it.

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    Actually think its a spider bite. Doesnt seem to bother her and she's acting normal. I put some hydrogen peroxide on it earlier. .seems ok but I will keep my eye on it. Any other suggestions if it is a spider bite?

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    Quote Originally Posted by kristimorrill View Post
    Actually think its a spider bite. Doesnt seem to bother her and she's acting normal. I put some hydrogen peroxide on it earlier. .seems ok but I will keep my eye on it. Any other suggestions if it is a spider bite?

    Just to keep an eye on it and don't panic. relax see if anything develops, and if nothing happens, YOU WIN , it's gonna be ok no matter what it is. after all you got us
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    agreed... looks like a bug bite of some type
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    Hi all..it had to be a bug bite. Put some hydrogen peroxide on it and it was gone the next day...all is well!

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