A Small Wart-like Lump On The Body Of A 4 Year Old Child?
Good afternoon .. r nI want to ask my child’s body (4 years) there are small lumps but it is not watery or it doesn’t itch. The color is clear and hard almost like a mole bump tp clear or fog. Some kind of wart but I don’t know. Initially only one … lama2 to this day increased, on the face and in the hand. My child doesn’t complain about itching or pain and isn’t inflamed or flushed. I’m worried .. it’s getting bigger and bigger. What do you think that is? cause and how to eliminate? and is it dangerous? Answer please. Thank you
Hello Risko, Thank you for your question on HealthReplies.com
The skin disorders your child is experiencing may be the causes;
Miliaria or prickly heat Molloscum contangiosum, is a skin disease caused by a virus caused by a weak immune system Eczema or atopic dermatitis Folliculitis, is an infection of the hair follicles of Scabies, scabies caused by mites, insect bites. consult a dermatologist. The doctor will perform a physical examination, supporting examinations if needed such as skin cracks.
Some of the things you can do are
Keep your child's skin clean. Avoid gouging or breaking the lump. Use a mild soap. Avoid using clothes that are thick and do not absorb sweat. Thank you, hope it is useful. Dr. Nurmarwiyah