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Question: What to do for dipare rashes

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Answer: Hello dear Diaper rash causes a red puffy rash around your baby's genitals, bottom and the folds of her thighs. The rash can sometimes look pimply, and may either be dry or moist. The best remedy is to keep your baby clean and dry by changing her nappy frequently. U can also apply coconut oil to the affected area.
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