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|Re: Help, My Newborn Has This Skin Problem by waltcity(m): 7:04am On Jun 29, 2020|
Buy flagyle antibiotics for babies, Savlon, and cacatin. Or visit igando general
|Re: Help, My Newborn Has This Skin Problem by brainhgeek(m): 7:10am On Jun 29, 2020|
I don't understand why some people feel so insecure? Always quick to ignorantly name-tag when you need to work on your imperfections.
Your earlier post was racist and so uncalled for.
|Re: Help, My Newborn Has This Skin Problem by SoftWerkLife: 7:12am On Jun 29, 2020|
Please take your baby to the hospital to see a paediatrician. If I may, I recommend you take him to lifeline children hospital at surulere, that's if you're in Lagos.
|Re: Help, My Newborn Has This Skin Problem by 1solution: 7:15am On Jun 29, 2020|
Watch the kind of water u use for baby bath either tap or bore hole water, drinking water should be bottled water and don't be switching brands stick to one including baby bath soap.look for rainbow soap is very effective for stuffs like this is around 250
|Re: Help, My Newborn Has This Skin Problem by Layksaide(m): 7:15am On Jun 29, 2020|
Sorry about that, kindly get a Funbact A with original local Shea Butter, (don't buy the perfumed type) mix them in a small rubber and rub on him. Hopefully after 2 or 3 days, changes will come. Sudocreme is good but learnt it's for pampers rashes mostly. I wish your son a quick healing.
|Re: Help, My Newborn Has This Skin Problem by kayodediran: 7:19am On Jun 29, 2020|
call me on this number 2347026747850
|Re: Help, My Newborn Has This Skin Problem by Rizzyreal: 7:22am On Jun 29, 2020|
Stop using any kind of baby powder on your child. This could be caused by powder. Even in hospitals now, mothers are advised not to be applying powders on their babies.
|Re: Help, My Newborn Has This Skin Problem by martyns303(m): 7:23am On Jun 29, 2020|
Had same issue as kid up to when I was teenager, ur kid have a very sensitive skin. Here’s how to manage it, for now stop using all forms of bathing products or cream, buy dozens of napkins, so u don’t use same towel over and over again, if you use one today wash it with ordinary water and spread in the sun, use another towel the next day till the 24 has been used before repeating. If where the baby is sleeping is hot, make provision for more ventilation so the baby doesn’t sweat. Change the bedsheets everyday and avoid random people from carrying the baby and lastly make sure ur baby is bathing with clean water. Cheers
|Re: Help, My Newborn Has This Skin Problem by One4me: 7:23am On Jun 29, 2020|
Take him to the people that sell "Agbo" (Native concoction or what can l call it in English sef.).
I have seen too many of this in the past. Which State are you located to see if l can direct you?
They will prepare roots and leaves that he will use to bath and drink a small part of it.
Within a few days, you wont recognise your child's skin again and it will probably cost you like 2-3K (All these Mama Alagbo don open eye sef, dem nor dey call #200 again).
Just see as people are recommending Creams, Soaps, Anti Bacterials, etc! This small skin infection that is actually from the inside of the baby na im una wan buy the hwole of LASUTH and LUTH combined for?
All these new Mothers, na so fear go dey catch una, l don born six forget sef say dem dey born.
Dont worry too much, your baby will be fine at the end of the day.
Leave a message or even a number, l can call you.
if it makes sense to you, l will check this thread later.
|Re: Help, My Newborn Has This Skin Problem by Barca101: 7:26am On Jun 29, 2020|
make use of cacatine, the powder and the cream.
|Re: Help, My Newborn Has This Skin Problem by Archero(m): 7:26am On Jun 29, 2020|
Non-bullous Impetigo. Take him to a Paedriatician. A dermatologist to be precise
|Re: Help, My Newborn Has This Skin Problem by Diversity89: 7:28am On Jun 29, 2020|
For babies, only get treatment from a specialist (doctor). People may have replied out of goodwill but it's not the right thing to do.
In your baby's best interest, kindly put aside every prescription you have gotten here. Don't make the mistake of putting savlon in his water, or using antiseptic soap on him.
Please see a doctor.
|Re: Help, My Newborn Has This Skin Problem by Bevima: 7:28am On Jun 29, 2020|
Go to a good paediatrician, let them run a test and tell u exactly what to do. Avoid following self medication or suggestions from unqualified people here.
|Re: Help, My Newborn Has This Skin Problem by Ask4bigneyo(m): 7:28am On Jun 29, 2020|
Good morning madam, I wish you big congratulations for the new born baby. What appear on your baby skin is nothing to be fear about as it appears in some baby and it called (EFOPO in Yoruba). The reason why it is spreading is because "once the ripe boil burst, wherever the water touches , another one will develop there" I remembered this type of rashes also appear on my first born skin and all we do is to get the flower leaf as some ppl have rightly said. You will boil the leaf and use it to bath for the baby in the morning and night. You can get the leaf around especially around estates, ppl plant it as flower. I would have be of help coz the leafs are within my reach here but dunno how far you are to me. As you have said and you v taken the bay to where he was born n they told you it will go, YES that is it, it will go by itself, don't complicate issue for the baby skin by following some modern days drugs some are prescribing here on Nairaland as the baby skin is still flexible and soft. If you need any more advice on this... You can chat me up on WhatsApp.
|Re: Help, My Newborn Has This Skin Problem by One4me: 7:35am On Jun 29, 2020|
Would that be the leaf of this multi-coloured flower that they use in decorating a garden, with curly leaves like this?
It has to be it, I have boiled same for my son a very long time ago, when he had similar problem. Guy is an adult now.
You are damn right.
See correct Mama , @Op, come and see wetin l dey talk o!
This treatment, if you can go out an dget the leaves yourself, will not even cost you a penny. Teh flower grows in any nice (better people) compound.
But you can also buy it from 'Alagbo' Women.
Dont use all these Prescription people are telling you here, it can worsen your case o. The problem is internal and that leave will wash it out in no time.
Edit: That is the leaf! Kudos to you. Can you get a better picture that is more representative of the plant, anyoen who has not seen the flower before may not recognise it from that picture. Thanks.
|Re: Help, My Newborn Has This Skin Problem by Itulah(m): 7:52am On Jun 29, 2020|
Please stop using all those Johnson, Peers baby soap or oil on him, go buy SebaMed baby soap and cream and your worries are over. I'm telling you this from experience. Stop giving him drugs, you'll only complicate things.
|Re: Help, My Newborn Has This Skin Problem by kkkossy(m): 8:01am On Jun 29, 2020|
Please go visit a dermatologist or pediatrician before using any drugs or cream. We need to learn to do the right thing. Stop taking advice on drugs or cream to use here. We have specialists who are well grounded on how to tackle such baby skin inffections.
|Re: Help, My Newborn Has This Skin Problem by Olatara(f): 8:06am On Jun 29, 2020|
|Re: Help, My Newborn Has This Skin Problem by allybee(f): 8:06am On Jun 29, 2020|
|Re: Help, My Newborn Has This Skin Problem by popcykaylah(m): 8:07am On Jun 29, 2020|
Aunty go and see your pediatrician or doctor.. nairaland no be hospital or dermatologist...before they advice you wrongly to administer the wrong thing ..
|Re: Help, My Newborn Has This Skin Problem by Vic2mm: 8:13am On Jun 29, 2020|
Use this 'Nurse' baby powder
|Re: Help, My Newborn Has This Skin Problem by Nobody: 8:21am On Jun 29, 2020|
|Re: Help, My Newborn Has This Skin Problem by Sorelee(m): 8:22am On Jun 29, 2020|
If its an option for you, carry your baby to those herbal women (iya alagbo) in few days all of this skin rash will disappear...
|Re: Help, My Newborn Has This Skin Problem by Lamanii22(f): 8:38am On Jun 29, 2020|
You're right... Modern drugs doesn't really cure this thing... My niece had a terrible one when she was like two months old... We bought sudocrem, bought zinnat... People were recommending all sorts of creams... It never worked until her dad brought one herb like that... It cured it totally... Herbs work better
|Re: Help, My Newborn Has This Skin Problem by rolams(m): 8:53am On Jun 29, 2020|
Buy TCP and add to the water for bathing.
Buy VITAMIN C and use for her. You need to use it also
|Re: Help, My Newborn Has This Skin Problem by Caniva01: 9:32am On Jun 29, 2020|
avocado oil and rub it on the baby...we call it alefo in yoruba.
It will go by God's grace.
|Re: Help, My Newborn Has This Skin Problem by ikemesit4477: 9:37am On Jun 29, 2020|
mandalorian:Good reply! Right on!
|Re: Help, My Newborn Has This Skin Problem by Gkrown27(m): 9:49am On Jun 29, 2020|
[Go get VISITA PLUS OR TYDINEAL][/i]
|Re: Help, My Newborn Has This Skin Problem by TosinKate(f): 9:54am On Jun 29, 2020|
Combine shea butter (Ori in Yoruba), coconut oil (adi agban), and palm kernel oil (adi dudu in Yoruba) together. Then always rub the combination on him after a bath with normal mild bathing soap.
Optional: you can get a powder, 'Rising powder'. It is a refined monju powder.
Also, you may put some Lipton tea inside her bathing water. You need only the extract to be added to his bathing water.
I bet you will thank me later. In fact, you will see change within a week.
Try Shea butter and coconut oil.
Don't apply antiseptic or fungal creams as suggested. He is still tender. It might be internal. The skin peel is normal for newborns though.[/quote]
|Re: Help, My Newborn Has This Skin Problem by aoofbeautifulme(f): 9:56am On Jun 29, 2020|
You are damn so funny
Take him to elewe omo place they will give you agbo kokoro
It's nothing to worry about dear
He will be fine
|Re: Help, My Newborn Has This Skin Problem by chijosee(m): 10:14am On Jun 29, 2020|
You are the cause of the problem dear, discontinue the oil you are using on her hair and it will be a history. I had the same issue with my first son, we passed through a lot of test and medications to get rid of it but to no avial until someone saw it and told my wife to stop using hair oil for the baby and everything became history.
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