Ok here's the deal. I just found out that my step daughter has a rash in a very private place. She is 6. Is it ok for her father to still be applying creams and what not or is this something I should look into further?
Has she to been seen by a doctor to find out what is causing the rash? If so and the cream has been prescribed by the doctor, then yes. If not, she needs to be seen by a doctor immediately to determine the cause of the rash.
are you confused that her father is applying the creams and you feel that is something a woman should do, or are you talking about the rash itself?
If your daughter is 6, maybe she can apply the cream herself?
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