Associated with copious discharge and recent Diarrheal illness
Improve peri-vaginal hygiene
Apply hypoallergenic topical to the affected area
Avoid baby powders
Avoid scented lotions
Avoid bubble bath
Avoid tight synthetic pants or underwear
Avoid sitting in a soapy bath
Apply soap at the end of the bath
Rinse well with fresh water
Claudius and Willner in Herbert (2019) EM:Rap 19(1): 2-4
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