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What ointment should be applied for an infant suffering from rashes on face ?

Hello doctor I have a girl baby nd she s two months old she s fine but frm last weak i find some rashes on her cheeks nd eyes so i went to a doctor she gave atogla rash cream i applied that ngt but my daughter started crying nd she did nt allow me to put that cream futher y did she do that wil it itches her a lot pls pefer some other cream thatbwil make my baby soon free frm rashes
Asked On : Wed, 21 Mar 2012
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u can visit the doctor again or a skin specialist for the rashes, it might be simple heat rashes and specially mention that she is sensitive to atogla lotion. u can ask for mild steroid lotion/ cream after confirming from a doctor and for the eyes you can check with an ophthalmologist the cause of redness, whether allergic or infective as the treatment schedule is different according to the cause.
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Answered: Thu, 22 Mar 2012
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