Ashton's pediatrician really thinks she got it from getting in contact with something. They suggest a seasoning. They recommend that if it continues to do the Genova food panel for immediate and delayed response to food allergens. Not that that isn't a good idea, but rather expensive.
Then the nurse told me, "Next time a break out occurs please document everything in and bring her in. Also, sometimes children can get viruses that cause hives/rashes. My daughter had one last year. Hers lasted several months, left as quickly as it came. Took her to several specialist with no findings. It was odd. Just advise from mother to mother."
I thought that was sweet. Yet, the idea of a virus that lasts months of this... yikes!
So as of now we have no answers. We'll just have to wait and see if she has more breakouts. SIGH!