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    Have you tried giving her a bit of cranberry juice? My dd can be a bit prone to these sorts of things so when it flares up I mix cranberry juice in her water and use a bit of sudocream or paw paw ointment on the red bits.
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    My child has something similar. We eventually found out that she was allergic to what we were washing the clothes in. She is also allergic to any soap so sitting in a bath that had anything other than water would irritate her.

    Are you sure it is a UTI or is she being irritated by something?
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    My DD had the same. Recurring UTIs for from age 2 to 5,but always had a vey high fever. Have had every test done under the sun and everything is normal. I noticed that she would get red bits too and itch a lot. I started putting paw paw cream on her every night and have not had a UTI since - over 6 mths. I honestly think for some reason her bits would get irritated she would scratch and scratch and spread the infection.

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    Like PPs, I've heard bubble bath and soapy washes can bring that type of thing on.

    Try natural cleansers, and reduce irritation before bed with a soothing cream (zinc and caster oil or similar).


 

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