How Can a Yeast Diaper Rash Be Treated?
How Can a Yeast Diaper Rash Be Treated? I am pretty sure that my baby’s diaper rash is actually a yeast infection. Must I take him to see the pediatrician or can I treat a yeast diaper rash at home?Answer: If your baby has been fighting a bad rash in the diaper area, and you’ve figured out that he has a yeast infection and not a typical diaper rash or bacterial infection, it may be possible to treat it at home. Just be mindful that if your little one develops a fever or if the rash starts to open or ooze, you need to consult a medical professional. Over-the-Counter Yeast Infection Treatments You’ve got a few options for topical treatments for your baby’s yeast infection diaper rash at home. Three common antifungal treatment creams available without a prescription are: • Nystatin – name brand Mycostatin • Clotrimazole – name brand Lotrimin • Miconazole Micatin – name brand Monistat-Derm These creams are also