- Mar 24, 2017
Today i ve noticed those tiny spots/dots on my baby s skin. Can anyone tell me what is this? I m scared... and for the moment i can t go to vet today... i ll go monday. Srry my english.
Hi, I don't think I would be too concerned at this point, are they raised? They appear to be just freckles.Today i ve noticed those tiny spots/dots on my baby s skin. Can anyone tell me what is this? I m scared... and for the moment i can t go to vet today... i ll go monday. Srry my english.
Wow! Thank you so much for your answer!!!!! Thank you!!! Yes, now that u all told me the same thing, i m not worried anymore! Kisses and hugs!!!They just look like freckles to me, My boy is dark and has them all over. Like was said before, I really wouldn't worry unless they start becoming raised, look infected, or change shape. The color is the same throughout, the borders are regular and the spots are symmetrical and don't look raised. Those are all signs or normal pigment spots and they have none of the signs of skin cancer or dangerous lesions. Even if they change a bit I wouldn't worry. Only start worrying if they change quickly (as in weeks to months they dramatically grow) the borders become severely irregular or they start to become infected or raised.
Thank you! I will! I'm so glad and chill now that everyone told me the same thing!!! Thank you so much!!!!! I thought was from the sun... but in the same time i was very scared because i ve noticed those dots not during the time but in one day... and i was very scared. Thank you all from the button of my heartMy dark sphynx has those freckle likes too
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Thank you! i go to the vet if i notice something, but at that time i was outside my city for 2 days and i was scared. And on the other hand, the vets always tell me things in different ways... i trust very much this page/site beacause here maybe i can find pple with sphynx babies that confronted with the same issues. HugsIs freckles my boy who's dark has them nothing to be worried about however nothing wrong with taking him to the vet to ease your worry