By WhyGod - 10/12/2016 15:21
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I'm itching to hear how that happened. Heh Heh get it because rashes itch? I'll see my self out.
You were wearing it too long. I made that mistake once. Change it more often, or if it's just because you sweat a lot try a little baby powder to help keep things as dry as possible (considering that pads naturally become damp with all the blood and such).
Baby powders are made with corn starch now and do not cause yeast infections or cancer!* But there still is the issue with the fragrance causing irritation. Get unscented. Or just use corn starch. *exclamation point is because I'm glad they finally outlawed it in most places. Talc was causing a lot of respritory issues in babies.
Or maybe she wasn't wearing it too long. Could've been a reaction to something in it or a material used. I can use Bandaid's/wound covers, but walgreens brand cause immediate intense itching. It's the material or (most likely) their adhesive. I'm just trying to say (as others have) it can be an allergy specific to this brand.
not that surprising to me haha I get them too but it's because I'm allergic to all disposable pads :/