When a baby is teething and poops more frequently would this cause a diaper rash?

It can. Some children seem to change their saliva when teething (probably to help the tooth pop through the gums) which can be quite irritating and can cause a rash around the lips, and on the other end, diaper rash as well as green diarrhea. Diaper rashes can also be due to candida (yeast). See your doctor to check it out.
Not teething. Teething really isn't going to be the cause of diaper rash. Now the pooping part will increase your child's risk of contact diaper dermatitis. Just change the diaper diligently to avoid prolonged contact of the diaper contents with the skin.

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Hi, Doc have doubted lactose intolerance my 9m old baby, started soy base milk but since then her poo has bcome green & she has got v bad diaper rash.

Soy based milk. The child' stools may be green because of the iron added to the formula. Diaper rash may be caused by loose stools caused by the soy based milk. Read more...
See below. The color of the stool is related to how quickly food and fluids move through the intestine and how much is reabsorbed, as well as how much bile is in the stool. The diaper rash may be temporary with the change in formula and stool consistency, but if it's lasting, you should call her doctor to discuss. Read more...
M.D. visit. If your daughter is growing and developing normally, on her current formula, the green color may not indicate an illness. If she is experiencing diarrhea, poor weight gain, her physician will order a further workup. The diaper rash may be secondary to a yeast infection or local irritation. I would recommend nystatin cream for a yeast infection, and keeping the diaper area clean and dry. Read more...

My daughter has what looks like a diaper rash but she never sit in pee or poop long haven't changed diapers or wipes?

It's notnecessarily. A hygiene issue, treat the typical problem. A cream that treats diaper rash, see if improvement occurs. Babies can get this just from being in a diaper. If it worsens then go in but if looks like a rash then treat like one. Good luck. Read more...
Diaper rash. Some diaper rashes may actually be a yeast infection that reponds better to prescription treatment. Should get checked by the doctor to see if a bacterial or fungus yeast infection or just bad diaper rash. There should be something they can do. Try to keep the area open to the air when possible and use otc diaper creams until seen. Read more...

My 12 mo olds been on ab (omnicef) for 6 days now, he isn't eating well or drinking, his fever returned, pooping every 2 hr, bad diaper rash?

Omnicef (cefdinir) Omnicef (cefdinir) is known to cause diarrhea accompanied by bad diaper rashes. His fever may be due to dehydration. Use electrolyte containg fluids but if he usn't responfing he may need I.V. Fluids. Read more...

How can you prevent the babies from diaper rash?

Meticulous hygiene. Most baby diaper rashes are either irritative or infectious in nature. Urine & feces commonly irritate baby's skin triggering a diaper rash. Otc diaper creams are geared to seal the skin from these caustic exposures. Yeast & bacterial infections can produce diaper rashes as well. These are more complicated to diagnose & treat--requiring your doctor's help. Baby wipes can produce rashes as well. Read more...
Prevention. Keep bottom clean & dry. Change dirty diapers right away & rinse with warm water with each change. Avoid use of substances that contain alcohol or fragrances. Pat bottom dry or air dry. Ensure the diapers aren't too tight. Avoid talcum powder or cornstarch. Allow diaper free periods. Read more...

How to prevent the babies from getting diaper rash?

Best treatment. Is frequent diaper changes and use of barrier cream with zinc oxide... If that doesn't help, you may be dealing with a yeast infection and may need an antifungal cream as well. Read more...
Prevention. Keep bottom clean & dry. Change dirty diapers right away & rinse with warm water with each change. Avoid use of substances that contain alcohol or fragrances. Pat bottom dry or air dry. Ensure the diapers aren't too tight. Avoid talcum powder or cornstarch. Allow diaper free periods. Read more...