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Re: Help, My Newborn Has This Skin Problem by humilitypays(m): 9:55pm On Jun 28, 2020
mandalorian:
Hello house, my boy is barely one month old and he developed this skin issue. One of my colleagues said it is Ela(Yoruba) but from my experience, ela use to manifest as very red tiny rashes around the neck and joints.

Now this one is not on his neck (though it is in both his elbow joints, scarcely on his Tommy and this morning I say it at the back of his knee), his skin molts around the rashes. I just can't completely describe it that's why I included the pics.

I need help elders in the house. I took him back to the hospital where he was born but they said it will go but I don't like the look.

Mods pls help me push to fp.
Get tribotan cream for babies not for adults, original one and apply it on the affected parts for 5 days and it will clear cool


Stop using any cream on him......use only savlon to his bathing water
Re: Help, My Newborn Has This Skin Problem by Dpharisee: 9:56pm On Jun 28, 2020
mandalorian:
Hello house, my boy is barely one month old and he developed this skin issue. One of my colleagues said it is Ela(Yoruba) but from my experience, ela use to manifest as very red tiny rashes around the neck and joints.

Now this one is not on his neck (though it is in both his elbow joints, scarcely on his Tommy and this morning I say it at the back of his knee), his skin molts around the rashes. I just can't completely describe it that's why I included the pics.

I need help elders in the house. I took him back to the hospital where he was born but they said it will go but I don't like the look.

Mods pls help me push to fp.

My baby had a similar problem and I got the solution from this forum. Bought the medication and it was gone in 7 days. The thread is still here.
We used Zinat suspension and Mupiderm ointment

These are the pictures of the medication used

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Re: Help, My Newborn Has This Skin Problem by 360clips: 9:56pm On Jun 28, 2020
Baby don catch covid. Bye bye to him/her.
Re: Help, My Newborn Has This Skin Problem by Crochet: 9:56pm On Jun 28, 2020
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Re: Help, My Newborn Has This Skin Problem by incogni2o: 9:57pm On Jun 28, 2020
mandalorian:
Hello house, my boy is barely one month old and he developed this skin issue. One of my colleagues said it is Ela(Yoruba) but from my experience, ela use to manifest as very red tiny rashes around the neck and joints.

Now this one is not on his neck (though it is in both his elbow joints, scarcely on his Tommy and this morning I say it at the back of his knee), his skin molts around the rashes. I just can't completely describe it that's why I included the pics.

I need help elders in the house. I took him back to the hospital where he was born but they said it will go but I don't like the look.

Mods pls help me push to fp.

Please don't mind anyone saying you should use any cream.


If it's an Adult, it fine, but a Baby's skin is still fragile.

Improve your hygeine and the Baby's.

Other causes may include.

Bath water
Bedsheet
Heat
Soap
Infection

Seeing the doctor is the best
Re: Help, My Newborn Has This Skin Problem by tonididdy(m): 9:57pm On Jun 28, 2020
Cute boy smiley he'd be fine IJN
Re: Help, My Newborn Has This Skin Problem by ultimateprof: 9:57pm On Jun 28, 2020
starbuck:
Your baby is shading his skin at the same time have Ela or Obo as the Igbos call it...


You can only get rid of it using agbo/herbs ( Yoruba people) have the best treatment for it.. Both the one he would take orally to kill off the bacterias from the inside and then the one you would cook to bath him with, if possible request for also the cream...


I doubt if the modern drugs work for it because it never worked on my 4 kids when they had it...

Don't Fret, it's nothing to worry about



Kindly follow this advice it will do you good and it's very very affordable. My second son is five months old now and he developed exactly something like this and this same AGBO/HERBS was the solution within a week or so and he was okay.
Re: Help, My Newborn Has This Skin Problem by tripleace(m): 9:57pm On Jun 28, 2020
NOT TO WORRY.

GET FUNBACT-A AND MIX WITH SHEA BUTTER FROM YOUR PHARMACIST OR YOU GO FOR CANESTEN (EXTREMLY EFFECTIVE). THE SHEA BUTTER IS JUST TO SOFTEN THE EFFECT ON YOUR BABY SKIN.

AS SOON AS YOU SEE A CLEARING ON THE SKIN STOP. FUMBAT-A COULD HAVE A TONING EFFECT AT TIMES.
Re: Help, My Newborn Has This Skin Problem by kaycee125: 9:58pm On Jun 28, 2020
Please take your baby to the hospital, your baby I'll be fine hopefully.
mandalorian:

Thanks man, I'll also source for that. Kudos
Re: Help, My Newborn Has This Skin Problem by liondbrave: 9:58pm On Jun 28, 2020
Get red flower and boil it, use it to bath the baby morning and evening that is all. It's a normal thing na
Re: Help, My Newborn Has This Skin Problem by Omoslim26: 9:58pm On Jun 28, 2020
Dicktion:

You looking for a male nanny? No wonderembarassed


guy it's better you collect the job instead of this one you have given to yourself doing afonja dis fl@thead dat conehead dis gworo dat ipob dis on nairaland
Re: Help, My Newborn Has This Skin Problem by Unigweson25(m): 9:59pm On Jun 28, 2020
Digitalstarlite:
Op don't worry ur self too...


Listen to my advise, it a sign dat ur baby wud take Nigeria to promise land grin grin grin

You are one of the problems of Niggeria....


To be candid jus meet older ppl around dat are close or ask parents or leave it to God in faith

You are one of the problems of Niggeria....
Re: Help, My Newborn Has This Skin Problem by BetterMan247(m): 9:59pm On Jun 28, 2020
DM for herb oil treatment
Re: Help, My Newborn Has This Skin Problem by colestephan86: 10:00pm On Jun 28, 2020
mandalorian:
Hello house, my boy is barely one month old and he developed this skin issue. One of my colleagues said it is Ela(Yoruba) but from my experience, ela use to manifest as very red tiny rashes around the neck and joints.

Now this one is not on his neck (though it is in both his elbow joints, scarcely on his Tommy and this morning I say it at the back of his knee), his skin molts around the rashes. I just can't completely describe it that's why I included the pics.

I need help elders in the house. I took him back to the hospital where he was born but they said it will go but I don't like the look.

Mods pls help me push to fp.
This na ela na,
Re: Help, My Newborn Has This Skin Problem by SexytorresE(f): 10:01pm On Jun 28, 2020
Madam or oga go hospital but this thing is common on infants ...
Re: Help, My Newborn Has This Skin Problem by Nobody: 10:01pm On Jun 28, 2020
Take him to the hospital ... tomorrow Morning!
Re: Help, My Newborn Has This Skin Problem by Digitalstarlite: 10:01pm On Jun 28, 2020
Unigweson25:


You are one of the problems of Niggeria....


How my friend?
Re: Help, My Newborn Has This Skin Problem by geezville(m): 10:01pm On Jun 28, 2020
mandalorian:
Hello house, my boy is barely one month old and he developed this skin issue. One of my colleagues said it is Ela(Yoruba) but from my experience, ela use to manifest as very red tiny rashes around the neck and joints.

Now this one is not on his neck (though it is in both his elbow joints, scarcely on his Tommy and this morning I say it at the back of his knee), his skin molts around the rashes. I just can't completely describe it that's why I included the pics.

I need help elders in the house. I took him back to the hospital where he was born but they said it will go but I don't like the look.

Mods pls help me push to fp.

I can appreciate your worries. Best advise is to please take your baby to see a paediatrician. Because of their delicate skin, babies can react badly to some of the recommendations I see in the comments here.
Re: Help, My Newborn Has This Skin Problem by Ezennwa(m): 10:02pm On Jun 28, 2020
hmm!

This is a simple matter. If you want all those rashes to disappear, contact me.

All I need is Picture and name, that's all.
Your baby's body will start to glitter like my body.

I don't expect anything from anyone, because expectation hurts

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Re: Help, My Newborn Has This Skin Problem by freshvine(f): 10:03pm On Jun 28, 2020
Before making babies, make sure you and partner are in the best of health. Such sickness could come from untreated VDRL
Re: Help, My Newborn Has This Skin Problem by Pearl05(f): 10:03pm On Jun 28, 2020
Dicktion:
Dey baff your pikin well.. Afonja mama undecided


Are you aware that you don't have sense?
Re: Help, My Newborn Has This Skin Problem by Damysa(f): 10:03pm On Jun 28, 2020
Op, please I will NOT advise you to take your baby to the hospital in this covid19 era cos of a mere rash to avoid stories that touch. I called it mere cos I have seen and experienced worst with my children. Infact I went to the Ayinke house with my last baby with worst skin issue and they ask me to go back and come back in 3 months time if it doesn't finish. My last baby came with extreme dry skin at birth like that of an old person of 70yrs, I was very scared and started going from hospital to hospital and used different things both local and imported, until someone advised that I use Ori. I even brought the issue to Nairaland then. It's been almost 4 years and my baby's body is as succulent as a fresh fruit.

It disappeared after using Ori for a while, I can't imagine how Ori of #100 cured something of that magnitude
Re: Help, My Newborn Has This Skin Problem by Nobody: 10:04pm On Jun 28, 2020
Opeyemi234:
Hello , please do not go to lasuth to waist your money. Please to to ELEWE OMO . within few days it will disappear
Elewe omo is Dead! Ibadan people can testify..
Re: Help, My Newborn Has This Skin Problem by Nobody: 10:04pm On Jun 28, 2020
mandalorian:

Thanks man, I'll also source for that. Kudos


You will source for that shocked, or go to LASUTH? Which one will it be?
Re: Help, My Newborn Has This Skin Problem by Ladipodeal: 10:04pm On Jun 28, 2020
mandalorian:
Hello house, my boy is barely one month old and he developed this skin issue. One of my colleagues said it is Ela(Yoruba) but from my experience, ela use to manifest as very red tiny rashes around the neck and joints.

Now this one is not on his neck (though it is in both his elbow joints, scarcely on his Tommy and this morning I say it at the back of his knee), his skin molts around the rashes. I just can't completely describe it that's why I included the pics.

I need help elders in the house. I took him back to the hospital where he was born but they said it will go but I don't like the look.

Mods pls help me push to fp.

My first born had terrible rashes all over his body, we tried all sort of cream, herbs and drugs but nothing worked. Then my wife was fond of covering him to prevent cold, she won't even allow him fresh air whenever it is hot.
A lady she met in the market advised she stops all medications, antibacterial cream and herb and let him wear light cloth whenever it is hot and use wipes (Angel) to clean his body regularly . The rashes disappeared completely within 2-3 weeks.

Not sure if the rashes had big blisters like the one in your pics, but it was very bad then.
Re: Help, My Newborn Has This Skin Problem by crackhouse(m): 10:07pm On Jun 28, 2020
Guy your sperm no pure. That's why. Just look at what you have caused this small boy with impurities in your sperm. Next time make sure you treat yourself properly before u climb your woman.
Re: Help, My Newborn Has This Skin Problem by Pipapi1: 10:08pm On Jun 28, 2020
I suggest you apply calamine lotion. You may seek further confirmation from a doctor or pharmacist.

Below is a link on uses of calamine lotion:
https://www.webmd.com/drugs/2/drug-14271/calamine-topical/details
Re: Help, My Newborn Has This Skin Problem by Audiodonation: 10:08pm On Jun 28, 2020
Hello OP@@

Kindly buy ORI, melt on fire (fry pan).
Get KONFO, grand it and mix it with the ORI.

Apply both on the child and see the result the following day.

Also once applied, leave the child body to be open.....

Please make use of my directions, as this solved my child's own........
Re: Help, My Newborn Has This Skin Problem by Nobody: 10:09pm On Jun 28, 2020
fairfora:
Visit the hospital...a teaching hospital. Meanwhile, get sudocream and apply it first. It should work. It's highly effective against the eela

Better like this.
Re: Help, My Newborn Has This Skin Problem by wafer1: 10:09pm On Jun 28, 2020
This one na Jedi Jedi. Get scent leaf, squeeze to get the leaf juice, both mother and baby should drink it morning and evening daily. You will see the result in three days. Same thing happened to my son.
Re: Help, My Newborn Has This Skin Problem by sigiyaya(m): 10:10pm On Jun 28, 2020
Righteousness89:
So sorry about...
That looks so terrible..

Sliver nor gold have I not, neither am I doctor or a Medical practitioner,

Such as I have , I give unto your baby..

In the Name of JESUS, whom I Love with all my Heart, I Cancel whatever it is that is wrong with the skin of that innocent Child.. I Declare a Mysterious divine Replacement with a new skin on your baby in JESUS Name.....

AMEN
Do you know that you sound very stup!d, So Jesus will replace the baby"s skin grin grin grin grin
Re: Help, My Newborn Has This Skin Problem by Nobody: 10:10pm On Jun 28, 2020
Guess its an allergic reaction from mother to baby through breast feeding...Try FunbactA.Apply it fairly on affected surfaces or you can mix it with a little P jelly and apply...Works like magic but you must find what is causing those reactions too.

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