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KryanAshford

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I had my first experinence with diaper rash. It was aweful and painful. I thankfully had some rash cream on hand from a binge buy. It hurt like heck and I wanted nothing more than to make it go away. I'm now peacefully in a fresh diaper with a large amount of cream.
 

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Diaper rash sucks! My wife made some feminine wash and it has vinegar in it. Since I've been using it, I haven't even had the tingling you get before the rash. I think the vinegar does something with the ph to neutralize the pee. Glad you're diapered and among the living!
 

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I use Dr. Boudreaux's Butt Paste (the regular not the "green" one) which is good if you anticipate longer time in wet or you intend to poop. Other than that I use a Lotrimin talcum powder (which doesn't stem the rash as much as gets rid of some other problems).
 
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I've only had it a couple of times but you are so right. It is very painful especially while still in diapers and adding urine to your skin. I use Desitin but it's not an immediate fix as it takes a couple of days for it to totally go away. Xtrabulk sounds like he had the best solution.
 

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I use Desenex Antifungal Powder, Cures Athletes Foot

I use it prentatively instead of baby powder and it works. Problem with most baby powder is it contains starch with fungus like a to eat. This does not
 

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I see that you are not IC, so if possible, stay out of diapers for a while, even a day or so and just let your skin air out. Use the diaper rash creams but it will help, especially after a good shower to just go without a diaper or underwear for a bit and lay on your stomack naked so your skin has a chance to recover in fresh air. It's usually the combination of urine and feces together that causes a bad rash. Hope you get better.
 

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Thankfully I feel much better. I think my rash is gone, but as adviced I'm going to stay out of diapers for a few days.
 

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Anti-Monkey Butt Creme is pretty good and their associated powder, though pricey and hard to find. It has calamine in it. Johnson and Johnsons makes a baby powder that has the same active ingredient as in most diaper rash cream (zinc oxide), so that is helpful as well. One thing I found from experience is I almost always have to use diaper rash cream regularly or some sort of barrier with my skin, otherwise its pretty quick to develop diaper rash. I tend to use the equate diaper rash cream regularly to reduce some of the costs, it smells not fun so I usually put a little bit of baby powder to have a better smell.
 

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I have mostly used corn starch baby powder and balmex rash creames,always wash diapers in hottest water and dreft detergents.usually no rashes.
 

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I've been using Desatin since I was a baby and actually NEEDED diapers... it still works (and smells) exactly like it used to!
 

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I've been using Desatin since I was a baby and actually NEEDED diapers... it still works (and smells) exactly like it used to!

I feel the same way. When I started wearing again I pulled it out of the first aid kit and thought how familiar it smelled. Now I use it for itching so it will not get any worse. I think I've only used it 2-3 times in the last few months.
 

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I use zeesorb daily in the folds down below to keep my skin healthy. Before I started doing that, it was a constant battle. Now even if I push my luck and my skin get a bit red from a diaper that was on too tight etc, I don't get a breakout. Very thankful of that. Zeesort can be bought pretty cheaply on amazon, the best value is when it's sold in lots of 6 etc.
 
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