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    Warts

    Warts are actually caused by a virus and half of all children will get them at some point. They can be different shapes, sizes and colours and can occur anywhere on the body. Read more →

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    Molluscum Contagiosum

    Molluscum Contagiosum is a common viral infection that causes itchy little lumps or bumps, which look like warts, to appear on the skin. Read more →

    my son is 10years he has got lumps under skin on both ears and going on to his face





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    my child has swollen fingers at the bottom of the nail bed. She also has extra bone or lumps under her knuckles. what could this be?





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    I normally have lumps around the opening to my vagina but they have disapeared and the hole seems more open and airy and feels a bit uncomfortable





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    my son has raised lymph glands on his neck behind his right ear which run down his neck, he also has red bumps on his head about the size of a 10 pence piece, he has been to the barbers 2 days previously and i am unsure if the lumps are connected to the lymph gland





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    my 6 year old daughter seems to be getting a few spots on her face. Raised red lumps rather than puss filled spots. Just one or two here and there. On her cheek below the eye and at the side of her mouth or on the nose. They come and go within a day or two. They dont seem to bother her at all. But they keep coming. Is it acne? is it eczema? is it a bite? or an allergic reaction due to food intolerane? Can anyone help me?





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    How old is she? If she is under six months and not showing any signs of distress or any other symptoms such as a fever or fussiness for no reason then it's probably baby acne but take her to a gp or walk in centre to rule out something more serious

    hi,im 14 years old, and was born with deafness in the right ear, along with other problems(upside down ear drum). When i was 9 i had a op, to bring my hearing back... it worked.. but im going deaf again, i have also found lumps around my ear,whats wrong? I don't want to worry my parents.I was discharged from the children's hospital 2 years ago and i don't want to go back.





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    Hi my son is 4 now, he had an penis infection 6 week ago and we were told a t the hospital that he has a tight fore skin and he will need to be circumcised, after the infection has cleared we started to gently pull his skin down and stretch it, we noticed the effects very quickly as now we can clearly see the tip of his penis.For last couple of weeks it looks like is not stretching any more , there is still a lot of white lumps that we can see under his skin.i read here about some cream that can help? how is it called as it may be helpful??





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    My daughter is 9.5 years old and also tip toe walks. Its not as noticeable when she wears shoes however when bear footed it is constant. The thing is she now walks funny and they kind of slap when she walks and she has these weird bony lumps. they kind look like bunions but are in the middle side of the foot, so look more like sticky out bones. I have too taken her to the doctor at 5 and was told shed grow out of it. Its frustrating because walking when bear footed looks really awkward fro her :/





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    All parents concerned about their child's walking are usually right to be concerned, since they know their child best. It's true many children will grow out of problems as they develop, but who are the ones that will, and who won't? - and that is the real question for parents and healthcare professionals. I would imagine there are few if any GP's that would put their hand up and say they were confident in assessing pathological paediatric gait patterns, so here's a big tip...If someone tells you your child 'will walk out it' ask them these questions "What is the pathological features of my child's gait?", "what functional limitations does my child have?" "what are the developmental milestones that will show my child is improving?" and if the person sitting in front of you cannot answer them you are talking to the wrong person. Seek an immediate referral to the paediatric physiotherapists with the input of a paediatric podiatrist for foot supports. From your brief descrption I would guess she has metatarsus adductus and this can be helped. With children it is always better to see them as young as possible (i.e. when you thin there is a problem).

    i weaned my son at 6 months and he ate more or less everything,then he got gastoenteritous at about 10 months and went off his food completely for 2 weeks,when he started eatin he would gag on everything that i gave him and would make himself sick if it was anything with lumps, we have been to a number of dieticians we have also seen a phsycologist once every six months for two years,we used to go over the same things every time we went with no progress,all he eats is yogs, haribo's,custard creams,jammy dodgers,dry noodles when he feels like it and pringles, he is now six, is there anybody out there that would be able to help me with his eating???????? Been to the doctors with him and all she said to me was he looks fine and do you realise how many people servive on just eating biscuits alone ( not the sort of thing i expected from a doctor).





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    Try changing your doctor. Also try feeding or things because he might just a fussy eater now.

    we i have ma period, it sometimes comes out in lumps, wat do i do?!!!!!





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    Don't worry... That is normal. Your period is the lining of the womb being shed, and some times the blood is more clotted together and other times the flow is thinner, but it is perfectly normal. If you are worried then talk to your doctor, but I real don't think you have anything to worry about.

    Since I was young I started having these lumps on my vigana and they keep going and coming back. When I have them they hurt and pass comes out sometimes and I am worried about it.





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    Hi Rhys. Don't panic but any lumps on your nuts must be checked out by a Doctor. No time to be shy. Go after school tomorrow - you got me?

    im 13 and i have small skin coloured lumps dotted around my penis and testicalls it dosnt hurt or anything but im just a bit concerned they are not big but mostly noticable whilst i have an erection what could they be and should i be worried





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    Im 16 and i've had Molluscum Contagiosum for about a year and a half now i've been to the GP about 3 times for the same thing, and they just seem to keep spreading? One of the lumps got infected and started to look like ringworm so i was put on antibiotics for a week but it still hasn't cleared, if anyone can help it would really be appreciated. thanks.





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    Hi im 13 and cant pull my forskin over the tip of my penis at all . I also have little lumps on my forskin and veins bulgeout. I havnt told anyone cos im embarased wat should i do please help





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    Josh i have the same thing too have you done anything to help, I'm also the same age

    Hey I'am 13 I have the exact same thing it is very embarrassing and I am scared to maybe pull it back

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    Hello! I have a wart on my right knee. Ive got bullied because of it! And I've also got unusual lumps aswell what shall i do ! Please i have no self of steam! I have this all of y life and its ruining my life so please help !





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    Im 16 and i've had Molluscum Contagiosum for about a year and a half now, i've been to the GP 3 times for the same thing and they keep telling me it'll go on its own but they just wont stop spreading? one of the lumps got infected and started to look like ringworm, so i was put on antibiotics for a week but it just doesn't seem to be clearing up. if you have any information on what to do i'd really appreciate it. thanks.





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    hi im 13 and when i pull my foreskin back little lumps that look like goose bumps start to apear but there not actualy goosebumps and aswell as these my vains start to swell up can u give me any advise





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    im 14, cant pull back mine either. the lumps on your foreskin are normal i have too lol, the veins are the same for everyone i think.for the foreskin i recomend going to the doctors, but i havnt because im to embarrased/ scared to tell my parents. ive been reading about it and alot of ppl say it can go away itself but i dont know...

    im 14, cant pull back mine either. the lumps on your foreskin are normal i have too lol, the veins are the same for everyone i think.for the foreskin i recomend going to the doctors, but i havnt because im to embarrased/ scared to tell my parents. ive been reading about it and alot of ppl say it can go away itself but i dont know...

    i have had type 1 diabetes for about 4 years now, doing the injections is more like a second anture to me now.Having diabetes is not such a problem but its the injections that are the pain. it can be a little annoying them once twice or more a day, but you just have to think you have got this disease at the end of theday and you will just have to get on with it. but how can you stop the injections hurting some of the time, and how do yo uresolve the little lumps that you might get, except than not doing them in the same place.





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    hi emma this sounds exactly like my 2 yr old nephew, his back was horrendous, the lumps were huge . after lots of unhelpful trips to the dctors my sister-in-law was told to try manuka honey. this worked a treat. the difference was amazing, she used to put it directly on to the infected areas and cover it with a dressing, she also put it in his drinks. recently my daughter contracted molluscum and i have started straight away with the manuka honey and it seems to be keeping them at bay. hope this helps.

    hi i'm so glad i'm not alone our son is 5 next month he doesn't eat any solids what so ever he'll eat milky bar yogurts flumps and haribo sweets he's got a real phobia of food at 8 months he choked on a jar of baby food that had lumps in and never gone back we've seen a specialist,a speach and language therapist the health visitor and still no further to him eating he gags and then vomits.we thought when he started school he would eat but no joy yet he's on a vitimin suppliment given by the dietitian because his heamaglobin was dangerously low any more ideas please help this doesn't feel normal





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    I just wanted you to know that I have not seen the show but that our son always struggled through weening. Our life has been very difficult to get to this point, but he is now almost 3, and after bursting into tears in our doctors surgery (attending for an unrelated illness) because of the strain of this issue, I have now received some support. Felix has never liked to touch any food which is 'wet' and has never eaten fruit or veg. He has a liking of dry to touch foods so now has a diet of cereal, toast, chicken nuggets etc. We were recently referred to our local hospitals childrens ward where there is currently funding for a senior behavioural therapist. She has confirmed that he has sensory hypersensitivity. He has no ADHD, depression or autism (is infact very very bright. After our first session, a programme of messy play and desensitisation has been agreed. It is just the beginning of a very long road, but since the 1st appointment I have been able to empathise with him, and no longer blame myself for being a rubbish mother, or him for being a pain in the bum picky eater and I feel I can love him again (ridiculous I know)! Our mealtimes can still be stressfull, but you must hold on to the fact that your children are eating something. Our behavioural therapist stressed that having a good realtionship with food is paramount. So letting him eat what he enjoys is prefferabled. I also wanted you to know that our local hospital has been given this funding because the problem is very very common!!! Do not feel isolated or alone, as I have gone through this for 2 years. Push your health visitors to see you, support you and help you. I will let you know how we get on. But I feel so so positive for our future now. Good luck !!! xx

    2 of my kids have had the molluscum virus both had it across their upper thigh at the back and onto their bottoms so quite painful at time to sit etc. Again as with everyone else GP stated it will go of own accord. This didnt happen and we asked a few times for something to help. Eventually a locum gave us Cristacide cream which worked with both it didnt hurt them (took about 4-6 weeks but we persisted in applying the cream and unlike the apple cider vinegar it wasnt sore at all. It does make the lumps almost burst so that part of it isnt great but they didnt complain of pain. My youngest has only got 5 spots and 2 have gone already using the same stuff so worth a go.





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    My twin daughter (19 weeks) who was very squashed by her sister inside me has a very wonky head, and her ears have large difference between them (4cm). Her head looks like she has turned to one side but her face has stayed in the middle and she has a very noticable flat spot, protruding forehead on one side and lumps around her skull where there shouldn't be lumps! We have been trying to put her head onto her not-favourite side to help the flat spot but it hasn't helped very much and certainly not with the ears or shape of her skull. My parents watched Embarressing Bodies Kids a few weeks ago and were amazed when they saw the bit about plagiocephaly and sent me an email immediately. I was surprised such a condition existed and I did a bit of research on the internet and came across a charity called Headstart for Babies (www.HeadstartforBabies.co.uk) which tries to financially aid parents on low incomes get a helmet fitted, as well as raising awareness of plagiocephaly and brachycephaly. It has a list of really useful links as well and, through them, we are booked to see a private consultant in two weeks, at the end of June (www. Ahead for Babies.com) with a view to getting a helmet fitted. We are so grateful to this programme for highlighting this condition - we wouldn't have thought anything was possible - and since finding out about the helmet therapy, my health visitor and GP have been extremely supportive, although we know we will get no funding from the NHS. We are very lucky because we can afford the £2000 for her helmet. We have also taken her to the Anglo European Chirpractic College in Pokesdown, Bournemouth near where we live for a consultation (very reasonable consulataion and treatment fees) and they have told us she also has mild torticollis (a tightness or shortening of the muscles on one side of the neck) which they can treat. We have an appointment also booked to see an NHS paediatrician in a week and a half but I know exactly what they will tell me - that it will get better by itself (wrong). Like the other people commenting above, it is annoying that it is classed as 'cosmetic' by the NHS as this is clearly a pyschosocial problem - what will happen when the child starts school or is a teenager? Kids can be very cruel to other kids. I will definitely post back here when her treatment has started and also when it ends to let everyone know what we think.





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    Our daughter has now completed her treatment, wearing the cranio helmet for 6 months, and her head is a normal shape. We are delighted.

    Hi Nic, (see long comment above my last one) we went to see Ahead4Babies in Wimpole Street when our daughter was 4 months old, and the helmet was fitted when she was 6 months old and it was removed just after her first birthday. GPs and HVs won't officially give you any advice for your child, neither will the specialists at Poole as we went there too. You can only sort this problem out by going privately. Ahead4Babies costs £2000 all inclusive and you need to travel to London for all the appointments. The treatment is considered quite invasive by the NHS. Our daughter wore her helmet for 23 out of 24 hours but, honestly, she didn't notice it at all after the first few days. The only psychological fall out we can see is that she doesn't like wearing hats (mind you, neither does her twin sister who didn't have a helmet.. so perhaps there really is no fall out). We are still paying off the bank loan but it was worth every penny. The best time to get this sorted is at 6 months, when you have the most optimate growing rate of the skull and therefore your child will wear the helmet for the shortest amount of time. Please come back in and let me know how you get on.

    hi im 15 years old and have suffered for the whole of my life with eczema and it gets really bad Ive had loads of creams like hydromol, balnuem plus diprobase double base betnovate and hydrocortisone ointments, none seem to work, its that bad it cracks it itches, it bleeds and it peels loads of layer so that i end up feeling like i cant feel anything hot or cold or textures. in the end i have to wear cotton gloves with loads of hydromol cream plastered on my hand to bed and it still itches the doctors even gave me antihistamine, and a fungal cream and that didn't work Ive even been told that i have an allergy to latex and unfortunately a couple of weeks ago i got a latex condom threw at me wen i was in school and of course my skill got hot and went red and then it flared my skin to come p in lumps and itchy the doctors have gave me more cream to use but it just doesn't work.

    hi im 15 years old and have suffered for the whole of my life with eczema and it gets really bad Ive had loads of creams like hydromol, balnuem plus diprobase double base betnovate and hydrocortisone ointments, none seem to work, its that bad it cracks it itches, it bleeds and it peels loads of layer so that i end up feeling like i cant feel anything hot or cold or textures. in the end i have to wear cotton gloves with loads of hydromol cream plastered on my hand to bed and it still itches the doctors even gave me antihistamine, and a fungal cream and that didn't work Ive even been told that i have an allergy to latex and unfortunately a couple of weeks ago i got a latex condom threw at me wen i was in skill and of course my skill got hot and went red and then it flared my skin to come p in lumps and itchy the doctors have gave me more cream to use but it just doesn't work.





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    hi im 15 years old and have suffered for the whole of my life with eczema and it gets really bad Ive had loads of creams like hydromol, balnuem plus diprobase double base betnovate and hydrocortisone ointments, none seem to work, its that bad it cracks it itches, it bleeds and it peels loads of layer so that i end up feeling like i cant feel anything hot or cold or textures. in the end i have to wear cotton gloves with loads of hydromol cream plastered on my hand to bed and it still itches the doctors even gave me antihistamine, and a fungal cream and that didn't work Ive even been told that i have an allergy to latex and unfortunately a couple of weeks ago i got a latex condom threw at me wen i was in school and of course my skill got hot and went red and then it flared my skin to come p in lumps and itchy the doctors have gave me more cream to use but it just doesn't work.

    ask for emulsyfying, it works for me

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