If you have been told nothing can be done to help manage molluscum, don’t give up. Dermatologists are often familiar with the struggles of patients with molluscum, and may be able to help you manage the disease.
To address the concerns and regulations established to combat the COVID-19 pandemic, many dermatologists are available to practice telemedicine.
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Molluscum can often be itchy or painful, or bumps can become irritated and infected. People with eczema or a family history of eczema have a higher chance of developing more bumps and having molluscum for a longer time. A dermatologist may be able to help you manage these symptoms of molluscum and related conditions.
One mom shares how helpful visiting her dermatologist was to managing molluscum.
Sometimes a dermatologist can be helpful when managing molluscum.
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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