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    18 month old son having an issue?
    toohey0811 posted:
    My 18 month old son has been screaming bloody murder every time we change his diaper for the past 2 days. It sounds like he's in immense pain. Only when we change his diaper though. He's fine when he lays down to drink or sleep. What could it be? and has anyone else had an experience like this? I know it's not an ear infection and I know he's not teething. Any advice? We're making an appointment with the pediatrician.
    hgreenwood7058 responded:
    Any rash or cuts on his tush. Carson did that with one of his rashes. As soon as we would put a wipe on him he would scream bloody murder. And its because it has a baby safe cleaner type thing in it. I put one on my dry cracked nose because I had been wiping it so much and it hurt (stung) so I understood why he freaked.

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