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pgros005:Honestly, if you are nursing, I would just wash it off with warm water and baby soap and put breast milk on it.
Yep to the breastmilk! You can use Neosporin (as in it won't hurt baby.) Just don't tell my pedi who would yell about overuse of antibiotic ointments and creating allergies to it. I made the mistake of asking if I should put Neosporin on a gash he got AT the doctor's office one time and got a lecture. Apparently, soap and water work just fine.
I totally used bacitracin (generic neosporin) ointment on LO the other day and didn't even think twice about it. Bad mom?
Regardless, I like the BM suggestion!