Mom of a 1 yr 8 m old girl

Q. MY 7 month's kid is crying when ever she passes urine. It is happening from yesterday. She has red color rash kind of thing near pelvic area. I use cloth nappies during day and pampers at night. Also she passed motion 5 times yesterday. Generally she passes only twice every day. Plz suggest

Ajita ChhetriMom of a 1 yr 11 m old boy
A. the best is consulting doctors. not to take any risk for babies 😊
ExpertDr Arti SharmaPaediatrician
A. Hi can be due to rash possibly but if persistent consult doctor to rule out any infection keep baby hydrated give breastfeeds and all. liquids and balanced diet. apply Ezinapi cream twice a day on rash avoid diapers till rash heals pleass consult Paediatrician
ExpertDr. Pandurang sawantPaediatrician
A. Always better to give diaper free time every day in a day Its always better to avoid diaper, use cotton langot at home if possible If rash persistant then Use rashfree cream over rash area 3 -4 times a day. It will help. If no responce then need consultation with nearest pediatrician
ExpertDr. Pandurang sawantPaediatrician
A. If baby is active and playful, no fever, passing adequate urine ie. minimum 6-8 times per day, then no need to worry for motion ( once in 7 days or 15 times per day- both conditions normal). Don't give so much importance to motion unless blood in motion or bad smelling motion or white colour motion. Keep ur baby well hydrated Exclusive breast feed ur baby till completing 6months of age. Don't give water and all other food items at this age. Wait for some more days Everything will be alright. If blood in motion/persistant foul smelling motion or less urine output then consult with ur nearest pediatrician, He will giude you in a better way
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