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    Diaper / Heat Rash
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    sbpmom11 posted:
    My 2 yr old has little red bumps on her bottom & I have tried diaper rash cream, neosporin, & baby powder. It has not cleared up yet. I am out of ideas. Any advice other than taking her to the doctor? Cause we don't have insurance.
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    ariannasmommy1125 responded:
    Try an over the counter anti fungal cream. my daughter used to get yeast infections when she was that age and it was hot outside. My pediatrician recommended the medicine that is for jock itch because the stuff for female yeast infections is too harsh.
    Amy 30 DH 28 Arianna born 3/5/08. TTC 2 with PCOS.
     
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    concerned_mother91 responded:
    my daughter had & still has the same thing they told me it was eczema i use aveeno baby eczema cream you can get it at walmart clears it right up


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