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Ringworm on a six month old baby

My daughter has been battling ringworm on her scalp since she was four months old. She is now 6 months and after oral and topical treatment, the fungus has come back. Actually, I don't think it went away. I have been putting apple cider vinegar and it has helped but today, after not using the vinegar for three days, it looks worst. Any suggestions? Thank you
 
  beccaelias on 2009-04-12
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
it might gross you out, but it works! my mom used it on me when i was a kid, and i used it on my son - menstrual blood. just apply a couple of times and the ringworm is gone....
 
kassyuta last decade
Please post her desire and aversion regarding food and drinks.
Her appetite.
Her thirst.
Any other abnormality any where in the body.
sajjad.
 
sajjadakram635 last decade
She is just starting to eat solids and enjoys rice cereal. The other fruits and veggies are not of her liking yet. I've cut off wheat and dairy from my diet since she has eczema too. She is particularly having a difficult time behind her ears where is red and scaly. Her skin is very sensitive but other than that, she is a very happy baby. Great nurser.

Thank you both for your interest
 
beccaelias last decade
Give your baby calcarea carb 6c one globule mixed in a little water thrice daily and contact after 7 days.
sajjad.
 
sajjadakram635 last decade
Thank you!!!!! I will.

Rebecca
 
beccaelias last decade

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