Is aloe good for diaper yeast infection?

Aloe. Aloe is always soothing. However, it does not contain any antifungal properties. If the rash is truly fungal in origin, i'm afraid it won't resolve with aloe. Have it looked at by your doctor, and if the diagnosis is yeast, the proper antifungal preparation can be prescribed.

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Is aloe good for baby yeast infection?

No. The moisture of aloe will only make matters worse. You need to leave area open to air as much as possible. Keep diapers changed frequently to prevent moisture build-up. Most of time prescription anti-yeast medication like Mycostatin (nystatin) ointment is also needed to clear the rash. Read more...

Can a baby staying in a wet diaper to long cause yeast infection on skin?  if not what r causes of yeast on baby diaper area?

Wetness aggrivates. Sitting in a wet diaper for a long time can soften the skin & allow it to break down more easily. The actual agent of the yeast rash is the yeast itself that makes up at least 5% of the weight of your poo. Add the two together & rashes are part of wearing diapers.Various barrier creams like petrolium gelly or a&d ointment can help avoid rashes. Read more...
Yes. Yeast thrives on moisture and heat, both conditions found on a baby sitting in a wet diaper to long. Also skin that is already irritated is more prone to yeast. Other things to consider is what else could be contributing to the irritation. Is the skin reacting to the diaper or the chemicals in the wipes? Read more...

What all, can cause a 2 month old baby, to get a yeast infection in diaper area?

Many possibilities. Usually just irritation of the skin due to excessive moisture on the area due to urine and stool will be sufficient to initiate this. Treat it topically and it should resolve fairly rapidly. Not very serious. Read more...

Docs, could a girl get a yeast infection on the outside of the vagina like a diaper rash?

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...