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What to use reusable diapers or disposable ones for baby?

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My baby's skin is very sensitive. Some says cloth diapers are best some say disposable are good since they are fresh and hence cannot infect the skin.
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Pampers makes hypoallergenic diapers.

https://www.diapers.com/html/sg/pampers-hypoallergenic-diapers.html

Give those a try.

From personal experience, you may have to try different things to see what works best for your baby.

One thing that will help is to keep a fresh diaper on and change as soon as a "deposit" has been made.

Desitin also helps by forming a protective layer between baby and diaper.

https://www.desitin.com/
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I agree with Scott. We used cloth diapers many years ago with no issue. My daughter used Pampers for her kids (who are now long out them).
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Thanks Scott for Desitin, our doctor also suggested this. Previously I was using Rashfree.
John I am not willing to use diapers any more for baby, because sometimes he gets cuts with it when diaper gets filled.
Yes changing frequently can definitely hep out.
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The a good brand disposable diaper will normally work fine.
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Read this you may get out of confusion somehow http://www.babynology.com/parenting-advice/dilemma_nappy_issues_disposable_or_reusable.html I would suggest avoid diapers if possible, because babies have very soft skin and diapers do not allow skin to breath properly. Using nappies will be best
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