These childhood rashes are common and usually there is no need to worry as most are harmless and will disappear on their own.
Urticaria presents as a raised red, itchy rash on the skin. These are generally caused by a trigger such as certain foods. Some examples of these triggers include:
- Garden nettles
- Changes in temperature
- Certain medicines
This rash is often mild and last only a few days and often does not need treatment. Seek medical advice if your child develops spots or a rash which you are concerned about.