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Rashes on vagina, swollen and red, sometimes bleeed. Vasaline helped. Treatment ?

My daughter has been getting these rashes on her vagina that really irritate her. It becomes so bad.that sometimes they bleed can see.the white.meat.of her skin It is swollen, red and Burns because she cries when I change her. I used vasaline the first time and it.cleared up. But .this is getting ridiculous it s bumps there as well. What should I do? Also its by her bottom too
Asked On : Thu, 23 Aug 2012
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Dermatologist 's  Response
Jul 2012
Hi there. I need a clearer history & details to help you further. How old is your daughter? Are you using pampers/diapers on her? Any aggravation with detergents/soaps? dry skin? If vaseline helps clear it up, then stick with it. To isolate or pinpoint the cause & if you find it getting 'ridiculous', please fix an appointment with your nearest dermatologist. Again, if you would like to state your area of residence, i shall be happy to recommend one nearest you. Cheers & Good luck!
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