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Diaper rash is a common condition that can make a baby's skin sore, red, scaly, and tender.

Most cases will clear up with simple changes in diapering. Also, starting Peeing in your diapers foods can change the content and frequency of a baby's poop, which can sometimes lead to a diaper rash. Diaper rash that lasts for more than a few days, even with changes to the diapering routine, might be caused by a yeast called Candida albicans.

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This rash is usually red, slightly raised, and has small red dots spreading beyond the main part of the rash. It often starts in the deep creases of skin and can spread to skin on the front and back of the baby.

Antibiotics given to a baby or a breastfeeding mom can cause this, as they kill off the "good" bacteria that keep Candida from growing. To help clear up diaper rash, check your baby's diaper often and change it as soon as it's wet or soiled.

Gently clean the diaper area with soap and water and pat dry. Creams and ointments containing zinc oxide or petroleum help to soothe skin and protect it from moisture. They should be smeared on thickly like cake icing at each diaper change.

Some experts suggest letting your baby go without diapers for several hours each day to give irritated skin a chance to dry and "breathe. Applying diaper cream or ointment with each diaper change can help some babies with sensitive skin, but not all babies need this.

If you use cloth diapers, check the manufacturer's directions on how to best clean them. Only use detergents in the amount recommended, and run an extra rinse cycle after Peeing in your diapers to remove traces of soap or detergent that can irritate your baby's skin.


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