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Re: [IPp] Overheating



I agree that this should be checked with your doctor.  Maybe even a
dermatologist.  There are systemic conditions that can cause excessive
sensitivity to sunlight.  Porphyria comes to mind, but I know of no
association with diabetes or other autoimmune diseases.

Octavia, mom to Ailsa


On 6/6/06, Manuela Tori <email @ redacted> wrote:
>
> Hi,
> My daughter never had that problem and I never heard anything like
> that. Maybe it has to do with an allergy or her skin is too sensitive
> to sun.
> My Daughter, 9 never has sun she wear a hat and  at shirt. We go to
> the beach after five. Not because of diabetes, but because sun is too
> srtong.
> Good luck, and better to checkto a doctor more often that too little,
> Manuela
> Le 06-juin-06 ` 17:52, Louis Diaz a icrit :
>
> > In the heat my daughter's cheeks get really red and sometimes even
> > blister.  We have tried everything, making sure she is well hydrated,
> > sun screen, hats, etc.  I thought I remember somewhere that people
> > with D sometimes seem to overheat.  One time she also got hives on her
> > back.
> >
> > Are other kids having this issue and what do you do about it?
> >
> > Thanks.
> > .
> .
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