Why does my baby have a fungal infection (thrush)?

Postnatal, Your questions

Marie, the nurse told me my baby has a fungal infection on his bottom. How did he get that?

Isabelle


Fungal infections, thrush, candidosis and mycosis are the same thing. Yep! Fungal infections occur frequently in young babies. It’s never your fault. But you need to recognise the infection and treat it so that it doesn’t spread. Please read When Fungal Infections Arrive!

Marie

The Baby Expert 

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Why does my baby have a fungal infection (thrush)?

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