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    yeast infection on 2 year old girl
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    scotlindmo posted:
    My grand daughter possibly has yeast infection. she went potty and said it hurt. she is potty trained so my daughter checked her and found but red and vaginal area with cottage cheese looking stuff. Should she call doctor or is there something she can do????
     
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    SylviaM5515 responded:
    It might be too late given you posted this 3 weeks ago, but just in case. My daughter gets yeast infections occasionally. She never got the cottage cheese like discharge. However, she did get red blister around her anus and diaper area. We treat with Monistat (or the generic) topical cream or Lotriman until symptoms are gone. If in doubt take to the dr.


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