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There are 87 comments on the 10TV WBNS story from May 7, 2010, titled Despite Parent Protests, Pampers Has No Plans To Change | WBNS-10TV.... In it, 10TV WBNS reports that:

Procter & Gamble said on Friday that a small group of unhappy parents are behind complaints that Pampers brand diapers are causing severe rashes and blisters.

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Been there

Columbus, OH

#96 May 14, 2010
Lyndsey wrote:
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That isn't a very nice thing to say. I have a 6 wk old and have a bunch of pampers from my baby shower. It didn't occur to me until now that it could be the diapers..but thanks for the understanding "butt man"!
sounds like you may be suffering from some postpartum depression. you might want to seek some help with that before it escalates.
Bobbi Glasscock

Wellston, OH

#97 Jun 15, 2010
My 8 month old baby started getting a rash last month after I switched from huggies to pampers dry max. I tried pampers cruisers for a month and switched to dry max because there was 30 more diapers in the box i purchase from sams club.
my baby broke out with small blisters that spead and would wipe off when you cleaned with a baby wipe during a changing. my doctor took a culture of the blisters to test for herpes which came back negative and also gave an antibiotic. he cleared up after 3 weeks of the rash on the meds but the small red spots are starting up again wich leads t othe blisters. thanks for the story. i will be going back to huggies. we had never had a rash til i switched diapers and i never associated that was the cause.
Bobbi Glasscock

Wellston, OH

#98 Jun 15, 2010
I just read some of the posts and agree that it's probably our babies having an allergic reaction to a specific diaper. i didn't have a problem with pampers cruisers nor huggies, it was a week after using the pampers dry max.
i'm just glad to figure out where the blisters came from.
Bobbi Glasscock

Wellston, OH

#99 Jun 15, 2010
Lyndsey wrote:
I have a six week old and have only used pampers diapers and he has had a diaper rash that we can't get rid of. I am a nurse and have tried everything! I'm starting to wonder if I should try a different brand.
Sounds like our babies are just sensitive to the brand we are using and need to switch. i haven't looked it up yet, but it says on here in another post that the "small group" of upset mothers is over 5500 on facebook.
patrickatpampers

Boston, MA

#100 Jun 25, 2010
Hi everyone! My name is Patrick and I work for Pampers. If it’s o.k. with you folks, I’d just like to add a little more information to the discussion. A lot of us on the Pampers team are parents just like you, and we understand that you know what’s best for your baby. No one knows what’s better for my kids than---my wife. To give you a little background, Dry Max is indeed one of the most thoroughly tested diapers in our history. Testing even involved the babies of Pampers team members. Generally speaking, a healthy baby may get a diaper rash roughly 3 to 4 times a year and some of them can be severe with the rash appearing deep red, with possible blisters or breaks in the skin or both. We are actively seeking feedback from parents like you, both positive and negative, we can take it honest :-). Your input is quite useful as it helps in the development of our future diaper products. Feel free to “ring us,” as the English say, at 1-877-256-3265 (M-F 9-6).
sarah

Toronto, Canada

#101 Jul 4, 2010
I know these ppl in facebook page against pampers, the only reason why they dont let this go is cuz pampers used to work well for them and now the new ones dont.
they got all mad cuz the brand they love is now worthless so now some are suing just cuz they dont want a different brand they want pampers and now they cant use them and pampers should pay for all this.
i do disagree with them and find this is going too far, now they have 11,150 ppl, but heard only 3,000 reported to CPSC.
wow i guess the other 9,000 were just voluntary.
but anyways now its july and still no word from CPSC for recall or anything from pampers.
instead pampers now is making designer diapers and dont care for these protesters.
they should just move on!!!
Right Wing Lunatic

New York, NY

#102 Sep 9, 2010
Well, if they'd change the poor child's diaper every now and then there wouldn't be any rashes and blisters!

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