I used baking soda in the bath water and lots of air time for the little bottoms when any child I have cared for had a rash. Plain water to wash them off betwen baths as any thing you put on the bottom can burn. If the Dr feels that using a cream is something that has to be done then I did that. That would normaly be done 3x's a day and I would make sure that it was done for the first one in the morning around lunch time and then the last diaper before bed.
Cleaning all diapering things well........I would also clean the crib down well as they tend to get thrush when there is yeast infection so the crib needed to be cleaned too so that there was no germs left to reinfect the child. You also have to clean all the toys so the ones they put in the mouth are free of the germs too. I might do over kill but I would rather be safe then sorry and put a little one through getting it again if I can help it.
Thanks to both of you!