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Infant diaper rash


My toddler has a rash which looks like open wounds/ ulcers.

I just changed the milk from breastfeeding to formula, the. The rash started.

Please kindly advise.
  Anayabharta on 2022-12-16
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Calendula Mother Tincture as a gel or spray locally.

Sulphur 30C/30CH

Give it to mother if chest feeding else give it to baby.

One drop in one spoon of water twice daily
it will work on rash and Cold/Cough as well.
[Edited by HealthyWorld on 2022-12-16 03:58:26]
HealthyWorld 3 months ago

The rash was improving but now it is getting worse and was bleeding.

I think the baby is also going through teething so they’re are frequent dirty diapers.
Anayabharta 3 months ago
You really need the calendula ointment-it can go on soft tissue, sores etc .Tell healthy world When you gave sulphur-and what happened after.
simone717 3 months ago
did you use Calendula in liquid form or gel?
how many doses of Sulphur have you given?
who has taken it mother/baby?
How is cold and cough?
[Edited by HealthyWorld on 2022-12-21 03:21:12]
HealthyWorld 3 months ago
I have the boiron calendula ointment which I have been using.

I used sulphur for 8 doses, the cold is better but there is some sneezing with yellow mucus and a light cough

the rash has made the bottom pink on both cheeks and the ulcers bleed a bit in the day.

Thank you
Anayabharta 3 months ago
Stop Sulphur now.
Start taking Nitric Acid/Acidicum Nitricum 30C/30CH.
HealthyWorld 3 months ago
The rash is much better but now there is a chestal cough with some clear runny nose.

Please kindly advise.
Anayabharta 3 months ago
HealthyWorld 3 months ago

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