Hi, I've not posted for a while and apologies for the random question!
My daughter is 2.5yrs old and was diagnosed aged 20months.
She takes Clenil twice daily through an air chamber and ventolin when needed.
Since she's been on the Clenil she has on and off had red/white spots on her face (nothing in her mouth). They are particularly bad at the moment so I took her to see our duty nurse this morning as I thought it was the Clenil causing the reaction. I got told that it wasn't the Clenil but that Evie is allergic to the plastic/rubber on the air chamber. I'm not convinced!!!
I was told to make an appt to see the asthma nurse (who I wanted to see today) to see if Evie would be able to use the air chamber that goes in the mouth rather than over it!
Has anyone else ever experienced this with their child's skin?
Evie's only other allergy is factor 50 kids sun cream, but she is ok with adults factor 30!