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    Toddler Vaginitis
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    Anon_35353 posted:
    My little girl has this problem and the advice i was given was to use vaseline and cranberry juice to fix it. Well there is still a smell so i need some advice on what i should do now.
     
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    tlkittycat1968 responded:
    Sounds like your daugther has an infection and that can only be cleared with antibiotics. You will need to take her to the doctor.
     
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    kate32114 replied to tlkittycat1968's response:
    That is what I thought I should do too, but I was not sure. I did not think that girls this young could have these types of problems. She just turned two on 7/23. She is my first daughter but my second child. My first is a boy who is 6 1/2. Thanks for your response. I really appreciate it.


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