What is the treatment for rashes on vagina?
Q: My five-year-old daughter has got rashes on the outer skin of her vagina. How can it be cured? What precautions need to be taken so that these do not erupt again?
A:Rashes often occur during the months when humidity is at its peak. Urine is more concentrated and causes more local irritation if the area remains wet. I would suggest that you teach your daughter to wash the area with water every time she passes urine and to keep the area dry. Frequent change of underwear will also help solve the problem. Powder, particularly one with an antifungal medicine in it, such as Absorb powder will help further.