Its great that you can get the briefs on her. Would she wear the Poise pads that go in underwear??? What if you put underwear on first and then the briefs. Thinking out loud here. Would be difficult to get wet panties off though. We could never get any type of protection on dad. We just had to clean up wherever he peed, but he would often pee in a waste can so that was actually helpful.
If she is sleeping, I'm not sure I would wake her. When you change her, is there any chance of getting some medicated talk on her skin. That might be more tolerated than, say, diaper rash ointment. There are also liners sold for baby diapers intended for catching poop. I wonder if that would be softer on her skin . . . even a light weight soft fabric cut in the shape of the brief. It would need to be laundered, but might be less uncomfortable. Also, different brands are tolerated by different people.
Notice if certain food or beverages make the rash worse . . . when my kids were babies, one of them could not tolerate chocolate milk or orange juice as it made a really bad diaper rash . . .
Hopefully someone else will have some ideas.
Keep us posted as to what works and what doesn't . . . it will help other people here as well.
Welcome to the forum Pat!!!
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