My Babys Diaper Rash Will Not Go Away. Can It Be a Yeast Infection Diaper Rash?
My Baby’s Diaper Rash Will Not Go Away. Can It Be a Yeast Infection Diaper Rash? I’ve been treating my baby’s diaper rash with traditional creams and allowing plenty of diaper-free time to air out her bottom, but the diaper rash will not go away. Could this be a yeast infection diaper rash?Answer: A stubborn diaper rash that refuses to go away despite typical treatment with diaper rash cream might possibly be a yeast infection. In the early stages, it can be very difficult to tell the difference between a normal diaper rash and a yeast infection. As a yeast infection goes untreated, it becomes noticeably different. Signs of a Yeast Infection There are several telling signs that your baby might have a yeast infection rather than a rash. You may see the following symptoms: • The bold red rash will be contained with a slightly raised border. • “Satellite lesions” may appear. These are smaller spots of inflamed areas separated from