Woman Claims Son Burned By Pampers

Full story: WFMZ

A Tri-State mom claims her 2-year-old son is among the children who have been burned by the new Pampers diapers under federal investigation, Cincinnati TV station WLWT reported.
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Saint Paul, MN

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#1
May 14, 2010
 
Well, what ever happened to using cloth diapers? Or do parents have the "right" to pollute the earth that their children will inherit?
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Spokane, WA

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#2
May 14, 2010
 
Can't help but wonder if there's more to the story. How long did the kid sit in a filthy diaper? Disposable diapers DO still need to be changed, you know.@@
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Erie, PA

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#3
May 15, 2010
 
my daughter has used pampers from day one, she got a severe rash after pampers released their new product and it was nothing like her normal rashes, after changing to target brand diapers she is not getting the red spots any more, P&G needs to step up and fix this before i will purchase their products again.
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Ohiopyle, PA

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May 15, 2010
 
I just started using the new Pampers this week and that first evening I had those same marks on my daughter. Until this week I was using diapers that I received last November. My daughter is 5 months old and has NEVER had diaper rash. This came quick and I as a 2nd time mom I found it strange. I hope that it isn't the pampers for I pay extra for their quality, but now I am thinking that it is the pampers. I will try other brands and if it goes away I will never buy Pampers again.
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Detroit, MI

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#5
May 15, 2010
 
shouldn't a 2 yr old be potty training anyway??? get the kid outta diapers already!!!
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Houghton, MI

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#6
May 17, 2010
 
In my opinion...I think its all a bunch of CRAP....I am an avid HUGGIES diapers user and received a coupon for pampers and thought id give them a try...I bought the "new and improved" cruisers and have been using them for 2 weeks with NO PROBLEMS, people need to learn that just because somthing says that it will keep your baby dryer...doesnt mean you can leave a wet diaper on them longer...check into what your feeding your babies, maybe its a reaction to somthing they ate....maybe its their baby bath...Speaking for myself...as an experienced parent (been a parent for 25 years)..if my child broke out in some strange rash shortly after using a new item...I would discontinue using that item...doesnt sound to me like any of the parents that claim papers caused the rash did that...I think they are looking for $$$$ and P&G seems to be an easy target!

Since: Mar 10

United States

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#7
May 17, 2010
 
We had the same thing happen to our new boy. Now, some of the story sounds a little trumped up, but I can say that we experienced a difference between the Pampers and Huggies. Our boy didn't bleed, nor cry for and hour afterward (that seems like BS), BUT the diaper would adhere to his skin and he had a NASTY, abrasive-looking rash. And yes, we changed him regularly, so for the idiots screaming about that, please shut it since you obviously haven't seen this. Also, since we've switched to the Huggies, everything cleared up. And to the moron regarding potty training, how exactly to you potty train a 2-week old? PLEASE enlighten me.

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