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Cheryl - posted on 06/18/2009
There's always Canindula cream too. But I've always found airing out works fastest and best. Are you breastfeeding, because if you're not it could be an allergy to the type formula? Even if you are breastfeeding, try a rotation diet for yourself. She may be allergic to something you are eating- dairy and wheat are usually the big ones. Or she may not like the brand of diapers you're using. Good lucK!!!! I had a friend who's daughter would get rashes so bad, they bled! Poor girl and I don't think she ever found figured out what it was. Now another friendsfigured out it was dairy and switched to goat's milk for her son.
Lucy - posted on 06/16/2009
I try and let my little girl have as much nappy free time as possible, whenever we're in the house i lay her on towels to have a good kick around and she loves it! However when she was about 4weeks old she had a really bad case of nappy rash and although it's not natural bepanthen cream shifted it within days!
Charlotte - posted on 05/28/2009
Let her bum have air, like after a bath or a diaper change don't put on a new diaper right away. You can let her lie on some towels if you're worried she'll pee.
There are other things you can try, I just can't remember the spcifics. Something about applying teabags or a washcloth soaked in tea to the affected area is one.