Diaper rash, or diaper dermatitis, is a condition involving irritation of the area underneath the diaper. It can affect children of any age wearing a diaper and is the most common skin rash in infants and toddlers.
Most diaper rashes improve with over-the-counter treatments and go away within 3 days. In some cases, the rash may be due to a fungal or bacterial infection, which can be treated with prescription medication. If you've tried over-the-counter treatments and your child's diaper rash has not improved, an Alpha Provider can help.
Is your child suffering from diaper rash? Alpha Providers can help.
What causes diaper rash and how can it be prevented? Learn the causes and prevention tips from our Alpha Providers.
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Any medications or prescriptions will be sent to your nearest pharmacy for pick up.
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