How is a rash in babies treated?
Experts stated that dressing children thickly according to seasonal conditions, preferring clothes made of synthetic fabric, and not changing their diapers often enough cause rashes in babies. So, how is a rash treated?
Child Health and Diseases Department Specialist Dr. Esin Açıkgöz gave information about rash in babies. Indicating that rash in infants occurs because the skin pores of infants are smaller than adults and the sweat glands are not fully developed, Açıkgöz said, “Rapid rash, which is generally defined as red or pink itchy bumps that occur in hot and humid weather, is mostly seen in infants and young children. Dressing the baby thickly according to the seasonal conditions, choosing clothes made of synthetic fabric and not changing the diapers often enough cause rashes in babies.
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Açıkgöz said that babies can take a warm shower to get rid of the rash. Indicating that cold compresses can be beneficial for itchy and irritated rash, Açıkgöz said, “When necessary, creams that cool the body, maintain moisture balance and do not contain pore-clogging agents can be used with the advice of a physician. In infants, the rash can usually be on the neck, shoulders, face, chest, armpits, buttocks and groin. Usually, red, fluid-filled blisters are a sign of rash. In addition to these symptoms, itching, stinging and tingling sensations, inability to sweat, and in more advanced cases, inflammatory rashes can also be observed.
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Expressing that the first step in the treatment of heat rash is to keep the skin cool and prevent sweating, Açıkgöz said, “Taking warm showers frequently, dressing the baby in thin clothes, especially cotton, which will not irritate the skin and not synthetic, changing the diapers frequently, changing the sweaty clothes immediately and putting them on clean clothes and keeping the environment cool. It’s important to keep It is important to use soap that does not dry the skin during the shower. After the baby is washed, the baby should not be dried with a towel in a way that will irritate the skin, and objects that will irritate the skin such as washcloths and washcloths should not be preferred during the shower. Cold compresses can be helpful for itchy irritated rash. When necessary, creams that cool the body, maintain the moisture balance and do not contain pore-clogging agents can be used with the advice of a physician.