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I am very concern about my child. Some blisters appeared on her abdomen. She is still a toddler (19 months). First thing on my mind was herpes. I had herpes once and those blister looked like these although it wasn’t on the abdomen. But it is impossible to toddler to have herpes, isn’t it?

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I think that is possible, but I am not a doctor! I am mother of the toddler too and I think that you re dealing with the chicken pox here. If your child got it, she might develop a rash of itchy, painful blisters accompanied by fever. The blisters could appear on the face, chest, and abdomen. It is very serious condition and you should seek for professional help.
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YES TODDLERS CAN GET HERPES... There are many cases where a mother has ORAL herpes, kisses her toddler, and the toddler has an outbreak.. The truth is that YOU CAN spread herpes even if you are NOT HAVING SORES.
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I would hope that since you had it, you went to a doctor, and they told you. It will never go away. The blisters might but never the disease. It is completelt possible for it to be spread to a child. I suggest you take her to see a doctor. Although it may be possible that it is chicken pox that usually has a fever & the bumps itch severely which I'm sure you'd notice with your child.
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