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Diaper rashes with blisters
My daughter is 2 months old. She has gotten diaper rashes with blisters. We were using mupirocin b-bact antibiotic ointment when it had come 2 weeks back. May I please know if I continue to use the same or would you suggest a different one? I have already used the ointment twice in her 2 months. I am worried as in if I can use the ointment every time she develops blisters or should I use any different ointment? She is very prone to rashes as she has frequent bowel movements. Thanks in advance.
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Hi, T-bact cream is good. You also have to take some measure so that diaper rash don't occur. Open you tube app on mobile and search Dr Deepak Patel. Watch video on diaper rash. It will help you. Subscribe for more health related videos. Take care.
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First of all, prevention is better than cure. Hence try to reduce diaper use, frequent changing of diaper might b helpful. You can use regular diaper rash cream each time before putting diaper on. Many times rashes are fungal, you may need antifungal ointment also. Hence before putting any antibiotic or anti fungal medication, just consult your doctor
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