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Baby Has Rash Under Armpit

Armpit rash can appear in different forms and color.

Baby has rash under armpit. Underarm rash or armpit rash can be unsightly embarrassing itchy painful cause a burning feeling or general discomfort. Baby has sore armpits help. It is usually caused by skin contact with an irritant or allergen such as chemical substances or plants. Also the underarm rash may not look similar but they may vary from one person to another.

Craziecreature posted 51010 ladies i feel like a useless mummy ive clearly not been cleaning lo underarms properly and they look so sore and red. A rash can appear as red pink grey yellow and brown depending on your skin color. If your baby develops a rash accompanied by a fever or following a fever its best to call your pediatrician. Some of the mechanical processes include rubbing surfaces especially folds.

A skin rash is usually treated with antifungal spray ointment or cream. Written by annie shuler february 18 2021. Your doctor will be able to recommend medication that is safe for your baby. If your baby does develop thrush in their armpit their doctor may prescribe an antifungal to treat the area.

But babies infants or toddler are more susceptible to any skin rash. I feel sick ive just noticed my baby girl has a rashsore in a skin fold under her armpit. I cant believe i hadnt noticed it until now it must have been there for a few days to. The rash will disappear after stopping the use of certain soap detergent cosmetics or perfumes that are causing the skin disturbance.

Rash under babys armpit. Contact dermatitis can appear under the arms as an itchy red rash. Always consult your doctor for proper diagnosis and treatment if a rash is present on your toddler. The rashes look like pink small bumps with indented centers.

They affect male female and children baby toddle or kids. Molluscum contagiosum is another viral infection that causes rashes in babies. By annie shuler february 18 2021. Molluscum contagiosum can occur anywhere on a babys body but it is most common on the head neck torso and armpits.