Molluscum contagiosum is a common disease on the skin which causes bumps on one’s skin and seems to cause no harm.
An Overview Of Molluscum Contagiosum
Molluscum contagiosum is a common disease on the skin which happens as a result of a virus which spreads quickly from one individual to another.
Individuals can contact molluscum anytime they share clothing or towels. Gymnasts and wrestlers may contact it when they touch mats that are infected. Another way the virus can spread is skin-to-skin contact.
A regular sign of molluscum is flesh-coloured or pink bumps on one’s skin. These bumps can be seen on any part of the skin.
Several individuals get like ten to twenty bumps on their skin. If the immune system of an individual is weakened, several bumps regularly appear. One hundred or more bumps can be seen in individuals who have AIDS.
Anytime the bumps can be visible on the skin; this infection is contagious.
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