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I am sorry about your daughter.
how old is she?
you should use both 1% hydrocortisone cream and benadryl cream on the area
and then cover with telfa non stick dressing if you have and ice the area with a bag of ice wrapped in a towel to help decrease swelling and pain
she can take some tylenol as well.
try the 1% hydrocortisone cream and cover and ice the area as well with a bag of ice in a zip lock bag wrapped in a towel
and give her some tylenol which can help decrease pain
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if it doesn't get better, you should get her to see her pediatrician. but I bet it will get better.
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