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Old 07-10-2007, 09:27 PM   #1
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What do you treat yest infection with?

I have been told lots of different stuff just wondering what you treat with?


My dd has raised white bumps in her diaper area and i want to know how to treat.

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Old 07-10-2007, 09:33 PM   #2
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are you sure it is yeast infection ?

does it look like this ?

http://askdrsears.com/html/8/t081401.asp

I have used lotrimin (the cream for athletes foot it is an antifungal) .. i put a fleece liner in my pockets and had not issues .. just got some fleece from fabric store .. put this on 2-3 x a day for 10 days per pedi .. but after it started to clear up i used my diaper cream from NE .. called Better Butt(er) Cream it has GSE in it and works AWESOME !!

In the wash I did 1/4 c bleach .. then after that wash all other washes i add 5-10 drops GSE .. and about 1 c vinegar in my rinse and sun them if i can ..

Wipes water : I add about 3-5 drops of GSE to 2 cups water .. and a little TTO and about 1 tsp vinegar ..

this site has another recipe for it too :
http://www.zany-zebra.com/cloth-wipe-solution.shtml

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I sell the NE Better Butter Cream &, though my son has never had yeast, my customers love it!
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if it does not look like that i would take her to pedi and get it diagnosed .. it could be reaction to detergent .. or something else
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yeah it looks all res with little white bumps in it. I have been looking at pictures and i am sure that is it. I just wanted to know if i should be using monistat on it?
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i used the med that i listed in my first post .. the antifungal .. it is not monistat .. i would not use that w/o pedi saying ok first i think that is too strong .. they have store brand of the antifungals too ..
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i used the med that i listed in my first post .. the antifungal .. it is not monistat .. i would not use that w/o pedi saying ok first i think that is too strong .. they have store brand of the antifungals too ..
thanks i got the store brand (says it will cure athlete's foot and jock Itch lol hope that ain't what she got lol) ha ha!
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