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Old 10-09-2012, 07:22 PM   #1
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Yeast and Wool

Still battling yeast here with DS2 I was using flats and wool while treating it, but it's not going away at all, so I need to get a different cream or prescription for him because nothing I'm doing is getting rid of it (I'm bleaching everything, of course). Is it my wool? Do I need to some how treat it to get the yeast out of that? If so, how the heck do I do that?? I'm so so darn frustrated right now with this rash. No matter what I do, cloth or sposies, coconut oil, bleach, GSE, air time, canesten...nothing works

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I put some ACV in the water when washing my wool when she had yeast one time. I did it as a precaution but I don't really think it was necessary since wool is anti-microbial. I didn't do it the last time she had yeast and it still cleared up just fine.
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Old 10-10-2012, 11:57 AM   #4
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I put some ACV in the water when washing my wool when she had yeast one time. I did it as a precaution but I don't really think it was necessary since wool is anti-microbial. I didn't do it the last time she had yeast and it still cleared up just fine.
Ok, good to know! Thanks!
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