My seven-year-old daughter has been diagnosed with Morphea. She developed a chest lesion within two months. We took her to our pediatrician who then referred us to a dermatologist. He thought that she only would have the one chest lesion and prescribed penicillin and a topical cream. Within two more months time, she developed multiple red bumps on her right thigh which then turned into lesions.
The dermatologist then referred us to a pediatric dermatologist at Emory, in Atlanta, Georgia. We are going to that appointment soon. We are wondering if anyone out there has a similar story. We need more information regarding this kind of Morphea.
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