Question by Bella1118: Infant has skin colored bumps all over body?
My 6th month old has skin colored and a few pink colored small bumps all over his body. I have noticed them for about 5 days now, but they seem to be spreading. You can harldy see anything; only feel them. They are not on his back, but on his belly, face, head, arms and legs. They look like stopped up hair places. They don’t seem to bother him, but they do feel rough. I was hoping someone could help me figure out what this could be! Thanks!
Answer by ulieanner
Could it be heat rash? My son has had a similiar rash and mainly in those areas.
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Question by MasonsMaMa: What is the best treatment for infant Eczema?
My 8 week old has developed eczema. It is around his eyebrows and forhead? I know you usually let it run its course, but is their anything you can put on it to help it?
Answer by Aydens Mommy
they doctor will perscribe you something..
in the mean time you can try baby oil? i’m no doc tho
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Maternal Smoking May Hurt Infant Skin Most Before Birth
March 22, 2012 (Orlando, Florida) — The risk for infant atopic eczema and dermatitis posed by maternal smoking is highest in the third trimester of pregnancy, according to a poster presented here at the American Academy of Allergy, …
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Caring for Problem Skin
Unfortunately, for those who suffer from highly prevalent skin conditions, such as eczema, caring for and maintaining skin can be a daily challenge. What is eczema? Eczema is a chronic, inflammatory skin condition characterized by dry, itchy skin and …
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Question by Kristy: How often should you bathe an infant with eczema?
I have a six week old son with eczema. I bathe him every night. Should I be bathing him every other night? His eczema seems to be getting worse and I’m not sure of proper treatment for eczema. What kind of lotion is best for eczema? I’ve tried Johnsons, Aveeno Baby, Palmer’s, and am currently using Euceran Calming Creme which was recommended by a friend.
Answer by jayjay7717
i’d say every other day, it might be a little better on his skin
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Bulk Herb Store Research Finds That With All Of Its Advanced Medical Care The U.S. Has The Second Highest Infant Mortality Rate Among Developed Countries
Nashville Tennessee (PRWEB) January 17, 2012
While researching material for the Making Babies Series, Bulk Herb Store (BHS) learned over 98% of healthy women under a trained midwifes care can safely have a natural home birth. Years ago the induction rate was about 8%. Today it is over 80%, not because of emergencies, but because of convenience. Induction provides an unnatural medication which prevents the natural hormonal process from giving the mother an easier labor and most importantly prevents the natural bonding a mother and newborn experience during the first few moments of life. This can never be replaced. A CNN report showed the U.S. with all of its advanced medical care has the second highest infant mortality rate among developed countries
Without drugs, the complications and need for a C-section is dramatically reduced. Less than 2% of healthy women need a C-section. Women are not adequately told their options! Women need to know their options. They need to be informed to have the ultimate natural birth experience.
Today OB/GYNs are happy with scheduling C-sections. No longer do they have to be at the hospital through a 10-12 hour labor. In NY more C-sections are scheduled by the doctors at 4:00 p.m. and then again at 10:00 p.m. so they can perform this major surgery in less than a half hour, and be home in time for dinner or the late night news.
Why is it that so many healthy, low risk women are receiving C-sections? Answers can include labor intervention drugs, not providing mothers with informed choices, a relaxed attitude about C-section surgery (major surgery), fear of malpractice claims, insurance regulations, and time efficiency. Tragically most OB/GYNs have never witnessed a natural birth.
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Their site offers herbal solutions for conditions from Acne to Yeast Infections and everything in between for both the new herb users to the experienced herbalist. The more read from their website, the more confident a person will be with herbs and natural remedies.
The Making Bay Series follows Shoshanna from shortly after the birth of her first child through the natural home delivery of her second child. The events are chronicled through her book and video series and is packed full of interviews with natural and medical specialists including, Dr. Jay Gordon, MD, FAAP; Nancy A. Armetta, MD; Hohan C. Dinklemann and DC; Elaine M. Wakefield, CNM; prominent healthcare professionals.
The Making Babies series mixes modern advances with grandma’s wisdom taking readers back in time to when 95% of babies were delivered in the comforts of home (1900). Since 1955 only about 1% of births are at home and that number remains unchanged today. In many countries midwives account for 70%-80% of all births resulting in a higher survival rate for mother and baby. Know the facts. The birth experience should be selected by the mother not the doctor.
The series is a natural approach to pregnancy, birth, using herbs, diet and exercise. It is designed to show the simplicity, beauty, and pure fun a natural pregnancy and birth can be. It is an alternative to having a baby in a hospital setting.
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