Wart virus in 6 year old sonHi there, my son has recently been diagnosed with Molluscum contagiosum. They started on his back and have now travelled to his inner thigh and backs of legs. He says they are a bit itchy.
He has a gentle caring disposition and is a happy boy. He had eczema problems when he was a toddler, which we managed with homeopathy. He does have sensitive skin, is fair with blue eyes. He is a nurturing and kind soul. He loves music and singing and animals and insects.
I hope that gives you a little insight into his personality. I am keen to find the right remedy for him.
MrsKJsings on 2014-04-15
Molluscum contagiosum is most common in children, especially those younger than age 12. The virus commonly spreads through skin-to-skin contact. In most cases, molluscum contagiosum doesn't need to be treated. The bumps usually go away on their own in 6 to 9 months. But in some cases, they may last much longersometimes even for years.
A few questions you need to answer for your son.
1) Does he use any public pool or share toiletries like soaps or towels ?
2) Do you have any family history of warts ?
3) Do you have any family history of Sifilis ?
4) The appearance of the warts... Do the heads of the popping are divided or edged with a zigzag line ?
anindya384 6 years ago
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