If that is a recent picture of your daughter, I'm guessing she's between one and two years old. Benadryl is often prescribed by pediatricians for allergic rashes in children of that age but you should only give it to your child on the advice of a physician who knows her. There are several other reasons why she may have a rash, and no medicine should be given to a child unless the doctor knows her entire medical history. Therefore you should call your pediatrician for advice and ask if he needs to se her in the office.
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