Possible Skin Conditions
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Infant, Female, Widespread (Edit search)
This page provides images and information about widespread rashes of the female infant, which is a rash that covers the baby's entire body. Babies have very thin and sensitive skin and, thus, are particularly prone to rashes and irritations. Widespread rashes can be caused by infection of the skin itself, infection of the body leading to rash on the skin, or non-infectious irritation or inflammation of the skin. Common rashes include scarlet fever, eczema, sixth disease (roseola), chickenpox (varicella), and hives (urticaria). The images on this page will help you identify among these diagnoses. Click any picture to link to further information about each condition, including ideas for home remedies and when it is important to see your baby's doctor.