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Diaper Rash

Also called: Ammonia Dermatitis, Ammonia Rash, Diaper Allergy, Diaper Dermatitis, Jacquest Erythema, Jaquet Dermatitis, Napkin Dermatitis, Napkin Rash

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Interestingly, yes you can use breast milk for diaper rash. Although I'm not aware of any studies that prove it works, many women claim it does...
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As you know, I can't see this rash over the Internet, but newborns can get several types of skin eruptions.....atopic dermatitis (eczema), milia...
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A contact dermatitis would be high on my list.....a sensitivity reaction to a detergent (even if you haven't changed detergents) and/or a dryer...
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Yes...you can use probiotics, but that will not solve the sore bottom. Not all diaper rashes are the same....some are caused simply by the acidic...
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Could it be a hemorrhoid?
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I experienced something similar with my baby girl and the only thing that worked was this over the counter stuff called Domeboro. It came in little...
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my daughter has had the same thing it sounds like it is a staph infection or impetigo which needs antibiotics orally and a speacial cream
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Allergic reactions, leaving a diaper on too long, and switching to solid foods can all cause your baby to get diaper rash. To prevent diaper rash:...
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Any irritation of the skin in the diaper area can be considered a diaper rash. They are extremely common in babies especially those who have loose...
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Check your child's diaper often. Change the diaper at the first sign of wetness. Clean your child's diaper area after each diaper change. Gently...
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Diaper rash is a common problem and I can tell you that there are a few things that parents can do to help prevent it, and then there is also ways to...
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Diaper rash appears on the skin under a diaper. Almost every baby will get diaper rash at least once during the first three years of life. From nine...
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Diaper rash can stem from several causes: friction, moisture, urine, and feces. Sometimes, the culprit is infection from yeast, such as Candida...
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Diaper rash is a generalized term indicating any skin irritation, regardless of cause, that develops in the diaper-covered region. Synonyms include...
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