My DD is in cloth during the day and disposables at night (Pampers)
Last week when I changed her nappy first thing she had what looked like a small blisters/white head in the crease of her leg where the edge of the diaper is. I though it had maybe got pinched or was from sweating or something. At the same time she had a really terrible cold and was quite miserable so I put her in disposables full time so I could changer her every 3 hours instead of two to give her a break. Each day she would have two new blisters either in the fold of her log or top of her groin area, during the day they would burst and be gone. She is now back in cloth during the day but the blisters are continuing. This morning there was one half the size of my pinky nail. They are filled with a yellowish/white liquid.
I was worried about hand foot and mouth. I checked in her mouth and found a couple of white bumps. I had to be at the health visitors the next day so I rang and asked them if they wanted me to come or not because of infection risk. When I explained everything the nurse said it might be a mild case of chicken pox and not to come to the office. Well if it was either of those I would of thought she would of stopped getting them by now (it's been a week in total). She hasn't had a fever and is otherwise perfectly well. I wondering if this could be some kind of diaper rash? She has never had a diaper rash, not even any redness.
I have put her in sposies full time for now, covered in diaper cream and am using cloth wipes with just with a bit of warm water and soap (I usually use disposable wipes). Could it be that she is irritated by the disposable diapers? She was in Pampers full time up to 5 months and I have been using best bottoms for about 2 months. I wash the shells and inserts on a delicate 30c cycle with half a cap of Ecover, remove the shells and wash the inserts on a cotton 2 hour 60c wash with no detergent.
I have a photo on my phone of the big blister from today but I'm not sure how to get it on here...It is NO WHERE near as bad as any of the pics I can find on google. If what I'm doing now hasn't helped by Friday I will take her to the doctors, is there anything else I could be doing? She hasn't eaten or drunk anything unusual...