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DD's ulcerated....

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Yorkiegirl Mon 18-Jul-05 21:46:28

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hunkermunker Mon 18-Jul-05 21:47:04

No experience, but poor DD - hope it gets better really quickly xxxxxx

fairydust Mon 18-Jul-05 21:47:21

no experience yorkie but give dd2 a big hug from me.

Janh Mon 18-Jul-05 21:49:48


I can remember ulcerated bottoms on at least one of mine (fortunately for them I don't remember whose bottom so can't name and shame!) - I think we struggled through on Sudocrem and Vaseline combined but it was hideous.

Poor DD2. Can you leave it bare for any length of time?

misdee Mon 18-Jul-05 21:52:21

poor baby.

bubblerock Mon 18-Jul-05 21:55:29

Aww poor baby she must be feeling really miserable, haven't any experience of this but really hope it clears up quickly for her, give her a V gentle cuddle from me xxx

Yorkiegirl Mon 18-Jul-05 21:57:57

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misdee Mon 18-Jul-05 22:00:21

thats got bad really quick hasnt it. poor poor baby, breaks your heartt when they are ill.

Yorkiegirl Mon 18-Jul-05 22:01:43

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chicagomum Mon 18-Jul-05 22:35:24

poor mite ds had a bout of nappy rash a little while ago (not this severe) and someone recommended chammomile tea i know it won't clear a bad case up but perhaps it would be soothing to gentle bathe the area to try and make her more comfortable whilst the other stuff does the trick

Puff Mon 18-Jul-05 22:37:55

Your poor dd Yorkiegirl, and you - it must be really distressing. Hope it clears up soon.

Puff xx

BadgerBadger Tue 19-Jul-05 00:51:33

YG, I don't know if it would help your DD right now but we found 'morhulin' to be a fantastic barrier and healing cream for DD2's bum. She's got eczema and this is the one single cream we have found works to prevent and heal nappy rashes, blisters, etc.

I hope your LO is feeling better soon.

SoupDragon Tue 19-Jul-05 08:03:45

Canestan cream is good for fungal nappy rashes - DS1 had it on 2 occasions IIRC.

poor YorkieDD

Hausfrau Tue 19-Jul-05 09:38:35

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Yorkiegirl Wed 20-Jul-05 22:28:17

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