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    baby with yeast infection
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    dbrondsema posted:
    my daughter has had a diaper rash for like two weeks. and i just watched a video on here and it looked just like hers and said it was a yeast infection. so what can i put on her for that. she is only nine months old
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    hgreenwood7058 responded:
    I am not sure for OTC. But if you take her to her doctor they will prescribe a cream for it.
     
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    KBratt responded:
    Sorry to PP but no, if you take them to the Dr they will just tell you to use OTC monistat (sp) or the generic brand for 7-10days til it clears up. My daughter gets them frequently which her pedi has told us can be normal...some people just produce more yeast then others.
    Katie: DH-Ryan, Kelsey 7/4/10


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