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52 days old suffering from cracks and rashes in motion area,using lozee but not satisfied with the treatment

My daughter is 52 days old. She is taking breastfeeding only. from 45 days she is having loose motions. Because of that cracks developed in that area. Used many ointments as suggested by doctors(lozee,rashfree,hhzole,candid,siloderm). Still cracks are there and they are increasing. Please suggest some remedy for both motions and cracks. every 10mins she is going motion.
Asked On : Tue, 22 Mar 2011
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baby skin is very sensitive and give allergic reaction to irritant material
it is very common to have rash and crack due to stool and urine
keep area dry and clean
apply clotrimazole powder many times a day
apply eberconazole cream twice a day
wear her loose and cotton cloths
avoid diaper ,
for loose motion consult pediatric
i hope i have answered your question

dr gaurav patel ,ahmedabad
Answered: Tue, 26 Jul 2011
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