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Diaper rash? O's mamma 1 child; Springfield, Illinois 2455 posts
28th Apr '13

My daughter is 17months && never had one.
Just yesterday a TON of red bumps popped up on her lower back/ upper butt.
I wouldn't even call it her butt really. This is what they look like
http://s1059.photobucket.com/user/megpie193/media/DEF5D7CA-1E49-465D-9697-BC4283615CB3-1388-0000021E56B357B6.jpg.html



The photo isn't of her, obviously. But it's very similar.



We've been using desitin maximum strength , neosporin, and vaseline but it doesn't seem to be helping. Does anyone have any helpful tips or advice?

Lilly and Laya's momma Due May 25; 2 kids; 4 angel babies; Chesapeake, Virginia 7829 posts
28th Apr '13

Looks like a yeast rash. Put some Lotrimin on it (same as Clindymiacin

O's mamma 1 child; Springfield, Illinois 2455 posts
28th Apr '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting Lilly and Laya's momma:</b>" Looks like a yeast rash. Put some Lotrimin on it (same as Clindymiacin"</blockquote>




Yikes! What is that caused from? She had hand foot and mouth about a month ago. Could they be linked? And where can I find that at?

Not tellin 3 kids; Montana 55983 posts
28th Apr '13
Quoting O's mamma:" My daughter is 17months && never had one. Just yesterday a TON of red bumps popped up on her lower back/ ... [snip!] ... maximum strength , neosporin, and vaseline but it doesn't seem to be helping. Does anyone have any helpful tips or advice?"


Magic diaper rash cream:



equal parts



desitin (origional is fine)
tinactin (yes foot fungal cream)
Mylanta (liquid ant-acid)



Mix it all together and apply a few times a day. I kid you not, this is honestly the best. My son had a rash so severe that it looked like his skin was melting off. 2 days he was completely clear!

Live-Laugh-Love 3 kids; Kitchener, ON, Canada 8088 posts
28th Apr '13

Make sure to be changing her constantly. You can get plain yogurt with no added sugar and use it topically. You can also give her a baking soda bath..that really helps.

O's mamma 1 child; Springfield, Illinois 2455 posts
28th Apr '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting Live-Laugh-Love:</b>" Make sure to be changing her constantly. You can get plain yogurt with no added sugar and use it topically. You can also give her a baking soda bath..that really helps."</blockquote>




We change her constantly. Anytime she pees even because we take her to the potty and show her where it should go. But, what can cause a yeast infection?

Not tellin 3 kids; Montana 55983 posts
28th Apr '13
Quoting O's mamma:" <blockquote><b>Quoting Live-Laugh-Love:</b>" Make sure to be changing her constantly. ... [snip!] ... Anytime she pees even because we take her to the potty and show her where it should go. But, what can cause a yeast infection?"


Change in PH can cause it just that fast!

O's mamma 1 child; Springfield, Illinois 2455 posts
28th Apr '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting Not tellin:</b>" Change in PH can cause it just that fast!"</blockquote>




Hmm. So I'm TTC but still breastfeeding. If I was pregnant could that cause it!?

Not tellin 3 kids; Montana 55983 posts
28th Apr '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting O's mamma:</b>" <blockquote><b>Quoting Not tellin:</b>" Change in PH can cause it just that fast!"</blockquote> ... [snip!] ... it just that fast!"</blockquote> Hmm. So I'm TTC but still breastfeeding. If I was pregnant could that cause it!?"</blockquote>




No. Her PH can change and her get a yeast infection. Babies rarely if ever get them. I wouldn't focus that direction.