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Diaper Rash / Diaper Dermatitis

Diaper rashes are rashes in the diaper area of babies usually caused by soiled diapers that are left on too long, or by the use of brands of detergents or soaps or baby wipes that don't suit the baby.

This online group on diaper rash will let you contact other parents and pediatricians and professionals who can help you and your baby cope with diaper rash and other challenges.

 

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Diaper Rash / Diaper Dermatitis - Causes Incidence Diagnosis Treatment Prevention
Diaper rash is an inflammatory skin condition that occurs in the diaper areas and commonly seen in the babies, especially those who wear diapers constantly... Read More



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