Allergic Contact Dermatitis (Pediatric)
Contact dermatitis can have multiple areas of skin involvement.
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Pictures and links to facts about medical concerns that affect the armpit of female babies are displayed below. The armpit (axilla) is a region of skin that is often covered by clothing, making it a moist, dark place prone to rashes and irritation. In babies, the armpit is often affected by moles, irritant contact dermatitis, and seborrheic dermatitis (called cradle cap in an infant). The images below will guide you toward recognizing these conditions. Click an image to start learning more about the conditions, including advice about home remedies and recommendations regarding when it would be important to see your baby's doctor.