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Should I Buy Diapers For My 27 Year Old Girl Friend That Still Wets The Bed
Yes: Although, the direct answer to this question is yes, i'd strongly recommend that she seek medical attention to determine the cause of her bed wetting. ...Read more
6 year old girl still peeing her bed at night. She will not wake up and she will sleep with wet pee clothes on. ?
15% of 5-yr.-olds: have primary nocturnal enuresis, never having had at least 6 mos. of dry nights. PNE stops on its own at a rate of 15% of affected kids/year after age 5. There is often a family history of PNE. See her doctor for a 1st-voided AM urine for urinalysis. At night, put a light-weight sleeping bag on top of a plastic sheet on her bed, one she can put in the laundry. Do not scold, shame or punish her. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I have a 8 month old girl. She was very white when born. She started getting light brown patches on her diaper area and continued to get larger?
I have a 4 month old baby girl and today I found some greenish discharge in her diaper should I be concern?
Could be stool...: You probably do not have to worry about any infection. Your infant daughter is most likely sociable, happy and feeding well without fever, vomiting or fussiness. No rash over the genital area too...I would rinse the area and replace with a clean diaper and monitor this phenomena over time. Mucusy discharge is possible from the vagina-not green. ...Read more
I was just changing the diaper on my 4 old baby girl and I heard her little leg sounded like it popped also earlier noticed her ankle. Is this normal?
Confusing: The description in your question is a bit confusing, but enough to suggest you need to discuss this with the kids doc. The pop could be a simple rolling of ligaments over one another, or her hip slipping out of joint.The first would not be a problem, the second could be a significant one. Schedule a checkup in the next few days. ...Read more
My little girl is 3.5 yrs old and she's not fully potty trained yet.She has a bad diaper rash that comes and goes. What should I do?
Different rashes: There are two broad categories of diaper rash - infections and irritative. The infections can include yeast or bacterial. Irritation rashes are usually due to urine or stool contents irritating the skin. It's hard to tell without looking at the rash which it is, and the treatment varies greatly depending on what the cause is. If this keeps coming and going, its time for your pediatrician to peek! ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Hello sir my seven month old baby girl had a slight discharge on diaper and pain on micturition. .upon urine RE 25 RBC no other sign can't finding?
Vaginitis or UTI: Your baby might have had a mild vaginal discharge. However she may have had a UTI from streptococci or staphylococci. These don't necessarily test positive on a urine test-strip which tests for nitrite, which is produced by the common gram negative bacilli which originate in the intestinal tract. This can be confirmed by urine culture of catheterized or supra-pubic tap specimen. ...Read more
18 month old girl with pimple-looking spots on vagina. Not responding to diaper cream, what is it?
Could be a yeast inf: Depends upon what diaper creams are being used. Any otc creams will not contain an antifungal medication that may be necessary to treat the rash. Please be sure to have your pediatrician examine your child to confirm that this is what the rash actually is so that proper treatment can be prescribed. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
My 22 week old girl has a tiny lump above her pelvic area. I felt it while changing her diaper; it's on her upper left pelvis area. What could it be?
Location: If this corresponds to the fold of the groin it is likely a lymph note. These are small structures that sift through body serum & clean out debris before the serum is returned to the circulation. There are many located throughout the body & those in the fold of the groin will often be noticed as pea to peanut sized, rubbery bumps that seem attached.They are a normal finding. ...Read more
My 8 month girl has diaper rash on outer part of vagina..applied zinc oxide and is still there..pls help? We tried not to put diapers anymore
See answer: Zinc oxide application may take some time to help. Diaper free time also helps. U may need to get an antifungal cream ( now a days available over the counter) like clotrimazole( LOTRIMIN) and try that. If these fail u shd see a pediatrician or a dermatologist and get a proper diagnosis to get proper treatment. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
My baby girl is 8 months old n she have got a real bad diaper rash on her bumps it has become red. I'm using antiseptic healing cream ( sudocream).?
Is it ok using baby diaper all the time for my 2-week old baby girl? My local doctor said it could cause infection to her vagina. What should I do? Tq
Who, s fault for overprescription, and puttin in danger th life of a 7 year old girl? Makes me sad and anger. She still in oaklan a true story oakland children hospital, in agust 2011 a 7 year old girl (a friend of my daughter) whent to visit because some
Not appropriate: This public site is designed to give basic medical information on common problems.It is not designed to give out pronouncement of "guilt" over issues that may or may not have occurred at some time in the past.The question provides vague if any information and asks for a determination.There are proper channels through the state medical board and legal system to deal with such questions. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Depends: If she has never achieved bladder control since birth (primary enuresis), she may respond well to ddavp(urine concentrating hormone) therapy. In case of poor response, alarm device attachable to underwear would be next treatment option which provides higher success rate. If bedwetting is a new event to her, a number of things have to be checked out, e.g., diabetes, bladder infection, etc. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Addiciton to computer my son is 43 years old and is addicted to the computer from the time he is off work until he goes to bed. He watches everything his girl friend does, from facebook, to her friends and what they are saying. He continually watches he
My stepson is 5 years old. He has never wet the bed. Not really even when he was in diapers. He has done it twice now recently. What can we do?
With love!: Changing diapers is simple, but remember to be careful. Turning your back on an infant of any age who is on a high counter or changing table is dangerous. Lay them down, open the diaper, hold their feet/legs up with one hand while cleaning their bottoms with your other hand (and a wipe or cloth!) then, place a new diaper under them, add some barrier cream, if desired, and seal them up! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Diaper rashes, yeast: Children are prone to yeast infections in the diaper region as a result of illness, recent antibiotic use, frequent diarrhea or chronic moisture under the diaper or underwear. Its usually appears as red itchy bumps, occassionally with fissures, inflammation and tenderness. These rashes frequently resolve with topical antifungal creams, if treated until gone plus three more days. ...Read more
My 7 1/2 month baby girl , has fine pubic hair and also a red rash in diaper. Is the pubic hair normal?
8mo girl with soiled diaper (poop) for almost 5 hours overnight. Sometimes it stays soiled while on traffic. Healthy baby, hydrated. Risk of UTI?
Uti: Chances aren't that great. It is possibly though but unlikely ...Read more
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