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My poor baby has a pretty bad diaper rash. I've been using desitin and a&d but it doesn't seem to be working?? Any suggestions?
My 3 year old daughter gets this horrible diaper rash about every 2 months, I used different types of diaper rash creams but it won't go away and the thing is she doesn't wear a diaper anymore so she's never wet or dirty I cannot understand why she has this diaper rash, in between this bad diaper rashes she never has any skin irritations down there but every two months she gets it bad, I don't know should I be concerned and look deeper into her health, it seems very odd to have them every two mo
Yes, it sounds like a kind of diaper rash. Another name would be pyoderma (skin infection) due to the urine or vaginal discharge scald. The vulva can continue to be swollen for several weeks, but the bleeding phase of a canine estrus cycle usually lasts a week or less. Endocrine disorders are not uncommon in dogs and may be the cause of the prolonged estrus cycle. Please have her examined by a vet for the skin disease and a possible endocrine disorder.
Since Aspen was born we have been struggling with a diaper rash. I've done everything I can think of to clear it up as well. I change her diapers as soon as they get a little wet or dirty, I let her air dry during the day, I've used A&D ointments, desitin (or however you spell it) and bottom butter from palmers. I even had the doctor prescribe her ointment for a yeast infection to see if that would clear it up.
This was a major concern when I had my daughters. Their diaper rashes would not respond to Desitin or other diaper rash creams. The reason is that many children are allergic to an ingredient found in them (I forget what it is called off the top of my head but I can do a search if you're interested). It's also found in some sunblocks. I hate diaper rash creams. They are pointless and expensive in my opinion.
My son is 2 months almost 3 and he has the worst diaper rash ive ever seen. It all started when he got some kind of virus which we had to go to emergency room for (cause of all the diarrhea) and they told us that it "just needed to run it course". well since hes had this virus (and its been for several weeks) hes had nothing but diarrhea and this diaper rash is steadily getting worse. It's at the point if you wipe it with anything it starts bleeding.
To prevent diaper rash u wana change ur baby frequently so it dnt stay in a wet or pooped pamper for too long but vaseline I would think would be a good.
This will sound odd, but Vagisil is made for yeast, and it sure can work like a charm on a baby's bottom if he or she has a yeast-based diaper rash. I always used to have it in our diaper bag, which invariably made my girlfriends laugh.
It gave him diaper rash which I was able to get rid of with zinc based diaper rash ointment. but now he has a sensitive & red scrotum & inner upper thighs. What should I put on this to ease the pain? I know it is caused by the antibiotic but he is having alot of discomfort. I would like to know the best thing to help him because I don't want to put the wrong thing on him & make it worse. Help please.
My son has had an increase in little crystal like things on him when I change his Pull Up(diaper). The last one was so bad that his penis looked like it what covered in a white substance. It took like 3 wipes to get it all off and he said that it hurt when I wiped. I called a nurse line and they told me to wait til Monday to talk to the doctor but me being a worried mom I had to ask others if they had experienced this.
I wouldn't say my feels like razor blades but after a bowel movement and even a shower feels like diaper rash, slight burning for a couple of hours. Just anther wonderful side of the meds.
Not changing the diaper frequently, ingestion of foods which cause an acidic urine all cause this rash to occur.Any bacterial infection can cause pimple like sores which can lead to blisters, oozing etc if they become filled with pus.Fungal infections are also common in the diaper area. Since they have come up on the face too there are a few possibilities. Staphylococcal infection can lead to autoinoculation which can cause spread of the infection.
A similar, very stubborn rash occurred this time last year and finally improved after several weeks of treatment. The rash started in his diaper area (buttocks, sacrum and now trunk and face). It is a blanching, maculopapular rash that becomes raised and very inflamed when scratched...almost looks like poison ivy when irritated. I have tried oxistat, nystatin(for a week), and just added locoid cream yesterday for face and trunk-told not to use on diaper region. Also using probiotics.
My daughter got a diaper rash last month when she was 10 months old - it looked really bad. I took her to doc and she said it's a yeast infection and prescribed a cream. I used it on her for almost 1 month. It went away, but now she's 11 months old and it's seems like the rash is creeping up every time she goes poopy - even if I change her 2 mintues later (right after she's done). What could it be?
Does the dog have long or short hair? Is he a large or small dog? You might have to shave the parts that become irritated and put cream (preferably something recommended by your vet) on these areas. Our shih tzu is almost three years old and he gets urine on himself during the winter. We had to shave him and put cream on him. Hope this helps a bit.
As he is sleeping longer and longer, he does get his diaper changed less often at night, but I make sure he has a good barrier, such as vaseline between him and the diaper and there has never been a problem with any diaper rash or anything. I say let him sleep. During the day it's different. I do limit his naps and will often wake him by changing his diaper. Good luck!!!!
If you walk a lot , carry some baby powder with you to reduce the friction of your legs rubbing together. University Medical makes a good Acne medication also. Also diaper rash treatment could help too. any of the thing mention from the the previous post and mine should work!! Carry sum germ X with you!!!! Germs and bacteria cause rashes and clogged pored and ingrown hairs and it sounds like that's all it is!
He took one look and knew it was a type of yeast infection - basically, it starts as slight diaper rash but develops into a larger rash that doesn't respond to typical treatment. She was prescribed econozole - however, many actually get relief from over-the-counter topical creams (apply to the skin where the rash is) for yeast infection. Perhaps your daughter's doctor, pharmacist, or nurse could advise you over the phone if it's worth trying.
Two months ago she started crying out in her sleep and then waking up screaming(sometimes unconsolable) plus we noticed excessive night wettings (we now must use plastic pants over her diaper). We went to the doctor because we noticed a red rash on her leg. Per the doctor, she had a sore throat (viral) and the rash may have been bug bites and although there were no signs of molar teeth ...that could be the cause of the screaming. The rash came and went.
I am so upset my little baby boy is only 11 days old and has the worst diaper rash. I called his peditrition ( whom of which he hasnt seen yet) and he told me to wash him down there with Leaver 2000 and use a mixture of Neosporen and vasalene and he perscribed him a cream called Nystatin 30GM. Is anyone farmiliar with that cream? I am just really skepcital about using a perscription on a newborn espically when the peditrition has not even seen him yet. Maybe I am paranoid... Any thoughts?
This afternoon when I changed my 1 year old's diaper I discovered that the tip of his penis is a bright red. No raised bumps or anything, and when I touched it it didn't seem to hurt him at all. No rash anywhere else, just there. He is uncircumcised and we have not had a rash or problem there before. He is teething, and I read somewhere that their urine can become quite acidic during this time making them more prone to diaper rash.
i used some cream that was prescribed to my 14month old daughter for diaper rash....and so far (2 days now) the itch has almost completely stop and the rash is starting to dry and clear....ill find out exactly what is called and let you all know.....
For a few years now, I've been getting a red blotchy chest/neck rash in circumstances where I - am drinking alcohol, anxious, nervous, excited, upset - really feeling just about any emotion. It's gotten to the point where I do not expose my chest/neck ever - and cover up whenever I can. I had read once that taking Niacinimide could help - and I've been taking about 1000mg of it for a few months, but am not seeing much improvement.
but it's almost gone from there with constant use of neosporin and diaper rash ointment, and only lasted about two weeks there, tho it's still healing. I know this is kind of long, and yes I've waited much too long to go to the doctor, but I kept hoping it'd go away... I'm rather uncomfortable around drs. I've made an appt to see a gyno, but does anyone have any idea what this might be? I've been suggested everything from herpes to psoriasis to heat rash because I'm overweight...
I went to the doctors and right away he said I had a bad fungal infection which was similar to a bad diaper rash. He gave me two tablets to be taken 1 every seven days of FLUCONAZOLE (DIFLUCAN) 150 MG for yeast and also gave me NYSTATIN-TRIAMCINOLONE Cream to apply twice a day for ten days. Immediately by anus area got a lot better but now it is 14 days later and I am still seeing my inner thigh rash and feeling a irritating and burning sensation when I walk.
My 6yr old has developed a rash on her outer extremities sparring the trunk with pain for 3-4 wks. The rash developed April 17th, red speckled spots on legs within two days had inflamed like chicken pox. I took her to her paediatric that Monday who diagnosed her with scabies by just looking at her. We did the permetherin (sp?) cream treatment twice in a matter of 7 days - per doc's orders.
A routine urine examination along with a urine culture will be able to detect the problem. Diaper rash can be treated by applying creams available for this purpose. It is also possible that the rash is due to urinary infection. Do discuss this with your doctor. Take care!
Could be a rash, maybe keep some cream or vaseline on him as a precaution against diaper rash , has he got an anywhere else on his body ?
On February 23 was when we first really noticed my daughter's fever, although I had taken her in to see the doctor the week before because I suspected she may have had a UTI (she had been sticking her hands down inside her pants and diaper and rubbing herself quite a bit). The urine cultures came back negative for the UTI, and she completed a round of antibiotics. She then began running a fever with no other symptoms and we treated the fever with an alternating course of Motrin and Tylenol.
It is used by some people on the baby's tushie, as a barrier against urine giving the baby a rash. Was it given with a diaper bag or other baby-changing accessories? It's used by other people for a lubricant for anal sex. Take your pick, depending on how ribald and jocular the tone of the shower was.
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