Soraisis On Baby Skin

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sweetydhimar Says:

7 month baby had very dry skin simetimes blood takeout from that scates n she suffer a lot

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lilo Says:

u mean psoriasis? .... i av got it my self an av ad it for 25 years, its very sore sumtimes, but i find steriod creams work

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Verwon Says:

Has a doctor diagnosed this condition?

It is very important to discover whether it is actually Psoriasis or something else that is causing it and that she get proper treatment.

As lilo stated, steroid creams can help, as well as other medications, but it all really does depend on whether it is Psoriasis or another condition. Babies can have very sensitive skin, so it could even be another type of allergy.

When my son was an infant, he broke out severely with small soars, all over his genital area, some of them even broke open and got bloody. At that time, it turned out he was allergic to an ingredient in Pampers diapers and I had to stop using them.


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