04 Sep Molluscum For Healthy Children
Children’s molluscum is a skin infection caused by Molluscum Contagiosum Virus that produces benign raised lesions or bumps on the upper layer of the skin. They disappear on their own without leaving marks and are usually painless. Childhood Molluscum is spread by direct contact with the lesion on another infected child or a contaminated object such as a toy or piece of clothing.
The average incubation period is between two to seven weeks but you may not see symptoms for up to six months. The virus can be difficult to treat if your child’s immune system is weakened.
Signs & Symptoms of Children’s Molluscum include:
- ✅ Bumps may appear alone or in a patch of up to 20
- ✅ Very small and shiny
- ✅ Flesh or white coloured
- ✅ Shaped like a dome with a dint in the middle
- ✅ Can appear anywhere on the body
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