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There are lots of links to studies showing the beneficial uses of breastmilk here: http://kellymom.com/bf/can-i-breastfeed/illness-surgery/healing-breastmilk/ In particular, it does not "become a breeding ground for bacteria" due to its natural antimicrobial properties.


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Looking at peanut butter... remembering baby poop... not seeing much difference... could you be more specific in what you notice? I've never tried the "Earth's Best" brand, but carrots often cause constipation or other troubles when introduced as a first food. My advice is to wait on carrots until your son has been accustomed to gentler foods (fruits, baby ...


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We had a similar problem and it took a long time to go away. Firstly, consult a doctor. Our doctor suggested the anti-fungal cream Daktarin, but a type without hydrocortisone. Secondly, we made sure her bum was always clean and dry after peeing and pooping. Thirdly, we made sure she had as much time as possible without a nappy on, even though this was risky –...


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It is pretty common for early toddlers, once they are eating solid foods, to have diaper rashes in any areas that poop comes in contact with. According to my child's pediatrician, this is usually due to a high acid content in stool that can irritate the skin. It can sometimes be related to diet, but isn't anything to be very worried about. Management of ...


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Wow, you are almost literally in the same situation my wife and I were in about a week ago. Over five days we applied Desitin Maximum Strength to the butt rash each diaper change, gave her an hour of diaper-free time in the morning, and gave her a bath at night with Aveeno Baby Soothing Baby Bath It took a few more days after for the rash to go away ...


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I think that what you describe is a fairly normal reaction when introducing solids. Try leaving out these products for a few days and see if the rash goes away. Try another brand (or even other foods) and see if the rash returns.


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