Diaper rash information (DIAPER RASH)
Diaper rash is a problem that develops as a result of the diaper rubbing against the skin. Skin contact with the chemicals contained in the baby’s needs and remaining moist skin over time.
Diaper rash is usually accompanied by symptoms such as reddish skin that looks bruised and sore, and usually looks thin.
With severe diaper rash, the skin may blister or peel off, leaving bruised areas that may bleed or leak.
Diaper rash is one of the most common skin problems in infants and young children and occurs in most babies.
While diaper rash is not at all pleasant, diaper rash itself does not indicate a serious health problem.
Causes of diaper rash:
Wet and dirty diaper that stays for a long time
Always rub the skin with a diaper
In most infants with diaper rash, the inflorescence appears to worsen after the baby starts eating solid foods because of changes in the infant’s stool composition.
The infected area should be preserved, and the baby should not come into contact with the baby’s needs.
Rinse thoroughly with warm water and a soft cloth and dry thoroughly.
Avoid diapers or protective underwear.