DD (almost 2) had an ear infection so dr gave us antibiotics to clear it (I asked if I needed to watch her for anything during/after taking the mess. They said no only hives) it cleared up but a few days later she developed what I thought was a diaper rash, I wasn't sure because it was her first time having one and she my first kid so I've never dealt with it before. Well after 3 days of cream it wasn't looking better. I took her into the Drs and they say " oh yeast infection is common with these meds" gee thanks for warning us guys *eye roll* anyway, they gave us a script for a special cream plus advised us to buy hydrocortisone(?) cream to help with redness. After applying as directed and finishing both tubes it was way better but a few dots were left. They went away and she was clear for a week until Friday it came back full force. We couldn't get her seen on Friday but they are closed today too. My poor girl hates getting wiped down there and I wish I could fix it. Other than that she's acting the silly way she always does. Is there anything I can do to help her? Anything I can get OTC?
Thank you so much! I'll try this when she wakes up and daddies off to the store for yogurt(: if it doesn't help by Wednesday I'll take her in but I just hate having to put chemicals on her tiny lady parts :/ now if we can just get this recurring stye (recurring as in every week) taken care of. The dr says there's nothing we can do. My poor girl can't catch a break :/
Quoting Lennyloves: Greek should be just fine. And the bs I'd do at least a 1/4 cup
Quoting ThatSweetMama: Does it matter if it's Greek yogurt ?
Quoting Lennyloves: Plain yogurt smeer it on like diaper cream. Lots of air and baking soda baths
Quoting MilkLover0203: My friends two year old gets them severely every time she needs antibiotics. She's tried all the creams, prescriptions, everything. The yogurt is what helped. Plain yogurt. Get Greek.