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Chickenpox in 4yr Neice's lady bits - any suggestions?

(16 Posts)
Wilkiepedia Thu 22-Oct-09 16:00:49

DSis worried as her daughter has chickenpox but it particularly bad around her private bits and bobs. Really really bothering her with itching and sore. Any cooling suggestions of what dsis can put on for her??

sassy Thu 22-Oct-09 16:05:22

Porridge oats in a sock. Pop it and her in the bath. Fab for soothing the itch (though rather messy)

moondog Thu 22-Oct-09 16:07:11

'lady bits'? hmm

Is it like 1935 or something?

Wilkiepedia Thu 22-Oct-09 16:09:56

Moondog - ROFL that's what I call them - my lady bits and lady garden. Much nice than cunt or twat imo hmm

Ewe Thu 22-Oct-09 16:10:53

Poxclin was good for my DD - sell it in Boots.

Wilkiepedia Thu 22-Oct-09 16:11:52

Thanks Sassy

Ewe - what is that? A cream?

mamaloco Thu 22-Oct-09 16:12:13

I was in france when my DD got chicken pox at 3. She was a nightmare with sores everywhere. They gave me a spray disinfectant "biseptine" and a anti-itch cream "P.O. 12". I know in england they don't give anything, but ask your pharmacist they might have them over the counter. What was important was to clean her bits after each toilet trip with fresh water and pat dry, it will last a few days though as they dry quite quickly. No bath untill she feels better, it will make it worse.
And absolutely no nurofen with chicken pox only calpol

Wilkiepedia Thu 22-Oct-09 16:13:01

Mamaloco - why no nurofen?

Ewe Thu 22-Oct-09 16:14:36

It's a mousse, here is a link about it.

auntyspan Thu 22-Oct-09 16:16:28

My DD had dreadful spots on and in her niff naffs. My GP told me get her in the bath everytime she needed a wee - was the only way she'd go as it really stung.

moondog Thu 22-Oct-09 16:17:50

I don't follow that you have to say 'cunt'. grin
How about vulva or vagina (althoguh these are of course vile sounding words too).

herbietea Thu 22-Oct-09 16:18:37

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mamaloco Thu 22-Oct-09 16:19:28

Because in very rare cases chicken pox may induced very serious health issues and any kind of AINS (nurofen, aspirin...) will make it worse

Wilkiepedia Thu 22-Oct-09 16:20:01

Moondog - obsession with what to call bits. Useful discussion but on another thread. Am trying to help Dsis.

Auntyspan - that's a good idea weeing in bath (remember doing that after DS2 born!!!!)

sassy Thu 22-Oct-09 16:20:49

Snort at moondog's reaction to niff naffs grin

Serosly the porridge oats are the bizz

Wilkiepedia Thu 22-Oct-09 16:23:42

Sassy - did the porridge oats with DS1 - thought it worked a treat but he didn't have crevices full of spots. Although he did have one right on the end of his winkler. Bless him.

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