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How to CRUSH Your Thrush

How to CRUSH Your Thrush

This is a series on Thrush! Here is the original post, and here is the post for how to help cure baby. Welcome to the post on curing Mama! So we have already figured out that you have thrush. Your nipples are pale pink, or have pale spots, maybe they are peeling, and it feels like daggers are trying to erupt out of your boobs, or one of these medieval bad boys are trying to work their ruthless horrors on…

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How To Get Rid of Thrush (yeast infections) in BABY

How To Get Rid of Thrush (yeast infections) in BABY

  Welcome to the post to help you with your baby’s yeast infection, or thrush problems. To learn more about thrush, go here. To help cure Mama of thrush, go here. Yeast infected diaper rash: this is usually a rash that lasts for more than 24-48 hours, is raised, red, hot, and bumpy, and may even have white spots with the appearance of cottage cheese. Or white peeling flakes. The white is the yeast culture overgrowth. You could go in…

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Thrush (duh, duh, duuuuuh)

Thrush (duh, duh, duuuuuh)

A series of posts. The dreaded, unexpectedly awful, yet strangely common: thrush. No nurse ever talked to me about thrush. Or yeast infections. After getting four shots of antibiotics within 20 hours (so it was pretty much expected for my baby and my body’s respective yeast to have a party),  you would think they would have mentioned something. After IV got a bright, tomato red, bumpy, hot, horrible rash completely covering his diaper area from front to back, and after I suffered stabbing…

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Baby Bathing Essentials

Baby Bathing Essentials

Here is a comprehensive list of things I use when I bathe and shower my baby. This is part of a series about Washing Baby. Soap: It is recommended to use “mild, unscented soaps” and Johnson and Johnson is definitely not mild nor unscented. It gave my baby a horrible pimply rash on his face. Plus it dried out his skin. And that was using it once every, two to four days. So that whole thing of washing your baby infrequently…

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