My son has impetigo, I am sure of it. How did he get this? I have taken him to the doctor three times now, and nothing seems to help. The doctor has tried two different creams. Help! It hurts him so much.
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Uh-oh! Your baby's bottom has those telltale signs: It's red and inflamed, with swollen bumps. Read more to get some advice on treating your baby's diaper rash and how to prevent it from reoccurring. Find out what to do about diaper rash.
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My 5 1/2-month-old daughter has cradle cap on the sides of her face. She no longer has it in her scalp. Her pediatrician confirmed that the sides of her face have cradle cap. He suggested washing it with the rough end of a washcloth with Dove. I have done so for months, and she still has it on her face. The pediatrician advises that there is no prescription to help this condition. I am desperate to clear this up. Please help.
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My 7 1/2-month-old baby had five red bumps appear about 10 days ago. They disappeared a few days after she got them. Then yesterday she woke up with the exact same five bumps. This time they look and feel like ant bites, but the first time they were flat. They are in the exact same spots as five days ago. I have never had an insect bite reappear. What could they be?
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