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Red bumps on bottom with white heads, taking neosporin and cortizone and triamcinolone Cream. Yeast or staph?

My daughter will be two next week. About two months ago she started to get small red bumps on her bottom that progressed to big hard red bumps with whiteheads. We have been to the doc twice for this and was told to use Neosporin and Cortizone. And some Triamcinolone Cream that was prescribed for another condition once a day. It seems to get better but then here they come again. She hasnt changed soaps or diapers or lotions. Could this be some kind of yeast or staph?
Asked On : Sat, 28 Apr 2012
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hi red bumps on the bottom with whiote heads cured by steriod and rec urs again indicates it is a fungal should be treated with atarax 25 mg at night,terbinafine 250 mg at morning for 15 days and terbinafine ointment twice daily.use of absorb dusting powder to control sweating and inturn prevent recurrences
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