My 10 month old daughter was recently diagnosed with a rare genetic condition called Sotos Sundrome. 5 months ago she had a virus and began breaking out with a red blotchy rash during every bottle. The virus passed but the rash has yet to stop. It covers her head, body and sometimes legs and arms. This only happens when she drinks a bottle...no matter what liquid. It does not happen when she drinks from a cup. It is not an allergy to the type of bottle/nipple as we have tried every type available. We see several types of doctors/specialists because of the Sotos but all have said they have no idea what is causing the rash and have never heard of this happening before. Has anyone ever experienced anything similar to this? It does not hurt, burn or itch and she doesnt seem to be in any type of distress, just covered in bright red blotches..
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