Q20. Does my baby have a wart?

A20. It is very rare for a baby to develop a wart. However, that is not to say that babies never get them and so it may be possible that your baby has developed one. A wart is a small, raised growth of skin which matches the colour of your baby’s skin and has a grainy texture. Some warts contain little black dots and are known as ‘seed warts’. A common wart usually develops on the hands, although they can develop on other areas of the body. Find out more in our warts section.

FAQS Index : Guide to Baby Skin Rashes

FAQs Intro

  1. Why do babies develop skin rashes?
  2. What are the most common skin rashes in babies?
  3. What is cradle cap?
  4. What is baby acne?
  5. What is baby eczema?
  6. What is heat rash?
  7. What are hives?
  8. What is urticaria?
  9. What are milia?
  10. What is impetigo?
  11. What types of birthmarks do babies get?
  12. What causes chickenpox?
  1. What causes measles?
  2. Can babies get German measles (rubella)?
  3. What is ringworm?
  4. Can babies develop psoriasis?
  5. What is scabies?
  6. What is roseola?
  7. What are viral skin rashes?
  8. Does my baby have a wart?
  9. What is the treatment for baby skin rashes?
  10. Why is the MMR vaccine controversial?
  11. Can you prevent baby skin rashes?

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