Suddenly having to regularly disinfect surfaces and toys and then doubling up on separate towels/loofas/bath sponges not to mention disinfecting the tub in between bathes can mean more work to do.
Sometimes all of the precautions you take may not be enough to stop the spread of molluscum within the family. You may find that you have to deal with more molluscum.
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Covering the lesions is a recommended course of action, however some children may have as many as 100 bumps. This may take some extra time and patience.
Hear from moms sharing their experience of how molluscum spread in their household.
There may be options that can better help you manage the disease, reduce the risk of spreading the virus as well as assist you in navigating the various ways molluscum may negatively affect your life.
When managing molluscum contagiosum, you might consider speaking to a dermatologist to determine the best course of action for your family and child. During this current COVID-19 pandemic, please note that many dermatologists are practicing telemedicine, and you can always make an appointment for a future date.
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