Now dia dah beransur pulih hanya tinggal bintik2 je la penuh kat tangan n kaki dia..macam kudis bute pun ye gak...dah la dia putih gebu...so memang nampak la spot spot tu....hmm still on meds lagi...hopefully bleh hlang la...jgn ade parut dah la...jatuh saham AQEEL...muke dah la cam omputih...kaki n tangan berpeta-peta hehee nasib baik dalam mulut dia dah ok..kalau tidak penuh ulcer...
SO u all semua ...jaga2 la ye..anak i x duduk umah orang or taska..still bleh kene...so jaga la persekitaran n kalau boleh jgn la dekat dgn budak2 yg x diknali...bukan kite nak sombong tapi precautions.....prevention is better than cure..kan...
Hand, foot and mouth disease (HFMD) is a human syndrome caused by intestinal viruses of the Picornaviridae family. The most common strains causing HFMD are Coxsackie A virus and Enterovirus 71 (EV-71).
HFMD usually affects infants and children, and is quite common. It is moderately contagious and is spread through direct contact with the mucus, saliva, or feces of an infected person. It typically occurs in small epidemics in nursery schools or kindergartens, usually during the summer and autumn months. The usual incubation period is 3–7 days.
It is uncommon in adults, but those with immune deficiencies are very susceptible. HFMD is not to be confused with foot-and-mouth disease (also called hoof-and-mouth disease), which is a disease affecting sheep, cattle, and swine, and which is unrelated to HFMD (but also caused by a member of the Picornaviridae family).
The common incubation period (the time between infection and onset of symptoms) is from three to seven days.
Early symptoms are likely to be fever often followed by a sore throat. Loss of appetite and general malaise may also occur. Between one and two days after the onset of fever, painful sores (lesions) may appear in the mouth and/or throat. A rash may become evident on the hands, feet, mouth, tongue, inside of the cheeks, and occasionally the buttocks (but generally, the rash on the buttocks will be caused by the diarrhea).