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Baby diaper rash

Can anyone please suggest how to get rid of this diaper rash on the buttocks shown in the picture below? The baby is just 15 days old.This post contains an image. To view the image, please log on
 
  varunb on 2018-05-24
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SULPHUR 30,1 PILL THREE TIMES A DAY AND FERRUM PHOS 6X,ONE TAB THREE TIMES A DAY .

FEEDBACK AFTER 4 DAYS.
 
anuj srivastava 3 months ago

Thanks for the advice. Sulphur 30 alone worked after giving twice for 2 days.
 
varunb 3 months ago

STOP NOW.CHANGE THE BRAND.DONT WASH OR USE ANTISEPTIC LOTIONS FOR WIPING .
 
anuj srivastava 3 months ago

The problem was caused by Mamy Poco pants which our child unfortunately wore for a longer duration.

Advice to everyone:

1. Stick to herbal diapers like Himalaya Herbal baby diapers as they contain Aloe Vera & other herbal stuff. All this happened to us when we switched to Mamy Poco as it does not have any anti-rash agents.

2. Always change the diaper after 4-5 hours.

3. Clean the pelvic area regularly before using a new diaper with Aloe Vera gel or any anti-rash cream like Himalaya's.
[Edited by varunb on 2018-05-30 12:05:40]
 
varunb 3 months ago

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