HFMD Treatment Singapore
Keeping your family safe is a priority for everyone. With so many different viruses present children often fall victim to Hand Foot Mouth Disease, HFMD. The disease usually shows signs 3 to 5 days after being exposed to viruses. An onset of fever followed by rashes and blisters will appear on hands, feet, mouth and occasionally on thighs and buttocks.
HFMD is present all year round and exposure can occur anywhere. Isolation is crucial to minimise the spread. Adults can also contract HFMD through contact of bodily fluids. Fatalities are rare, but can occur if there are complications. Hygiene is detrimental if your child or loved ones are infected. Continue reading