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4 month old having rashes all over body, doctor advised to sop using J&J products. Which soap to use ?

hai gud evening doctr.. let me ask u someting my baby has fourth month old her body showing some rashes likes small red balls would you mind pls tell me it happens through the climate or babys body temperature.or any other reason.i have use the j and j soap but it never works .thats why i consulted a pediatrician he told me to stop to use j and j d refer me to use pea powder..pls tell me which soap is better for my baby.thank u.
Asked On : Thu, 8 Nov 2012
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Thanks for asking your question here.

There are many reasons for having a rash including allergy, viral infection etc. If you feel that your baby is running temperature, please record it with thermometer and consult your doctor again.

Your Pediatrician may have felt that the rash is related to J&J soaps.

Allergy can be from anything including the clothes/chemicals/food etc. Soaps have many chemicals.

My advise would be to try different brand baby soap (without perfume & hypoallergic soaps) and see if the rash re-appears or not. There is no particular brand of soap which doesn't lead to allergy. So, it is basically trial and error to find out what suits your baby's skin.

Most of the times it resolves very quickly.

Dr Tejas Shah
Answered: Thu, 8 Nov 2012
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