Poor Vivian...

For the life of me we can't get rid of this stupid yeast rash! Everything makes it worse...we have tried everything the doc suggested plus a perscription...now after trying the last thing, the rash is bleeding.

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06/30/15
My problem is she is SO allergic to everything and it's a yeast rash. I would rather treat it naturally is I can, I've been using the coconut oil with no luck, I've also tried the cream the doc gave her plus other stuff the doc recommended and it all just blisters her. I tried some cornstarch earlier and it blistered her worse than anything. The doc said to try athletes foot meds but I couldn't find any at the store I was at that was not in a cream form. I may have to try online to just get the med only.
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    06/30/15
    5Tabitha
    This is going to sound weird-but it's all that worked for Eva.
    Feed her a bit of the coconut oil when you think about, just put a little on your finger and put it in her mouth. Go to amazon.com and get some colloidal silver gel (antibacterial, antiviral). Use it every diaper change. Until then, try Baureaux (that doesn't look right, yellow tube), then put vaseline on top to keep her pee from irritating the blisters more. When she poops, just give her a bath instead of using wipes and let her air dry with a towel or two underneath for when she pees.
    Tiny bit of apple cider vinegar in the bath water (about 1 tablespoon for every two inches or so of water).
    Eva couldn't stand the coconut oil on her butt-made every rash worse-but she could eat it like nobody's business (and still does). I'm assuming you've tried breastmilk on it?

    Poor little honey.Hope you figure it and get her healed.
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    07/01/15
    5sarah
    Butt paste and coconut oil worked wonders for Bentley too!
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      07/01/15
      Hi Amy, my little one also had a yeast infection about 4 weeks ago....The doctor prescribed Nystatin and Mupirocin Calcium Cream. The second was for the bleeding...We also had "naked time" :-) For about an hour a day on the floor with towels under her. It went away but came back....Back to doing the above routine..Now it's been gone for about a month. Amelia's skin is crazy sensitive also. She can only use Cetaphil when bathing. Oh, also, when she had her diaper rash, we put a tablespoon of baking soda in the bath.....hope your little is better soon!!!
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        07/01/15
        Her doc gave the nystatin cream and it breaks her out. It's one of the things that makes her bleed. I've been doing the coconut oil because that is the only thing that I can use as lotion on her. The doc has had me try some other anti fungal things you can get from the store but I think I need to get the pure meds without the cream or anything else added. They are just harder to find. But if anyone else in the house gets a yeast infection or athletes foot we have plenty of stuff for them to use with all the different stuff we have tried with the poor girl! Lol
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        07/05/15
        Put some breastmilk on it too.
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