We think my daughter contracted Parvovirus B19. Subsequently she developed a bright red rash around her nostrils, the sides of her nostrils and cheeks 1" out from her nose to the sides. Her skin looks odd, with the red capillaries clearly visible. Her skin gets very dry, cracks, the sheds off, sometimes a bit oozy. It's spreading slowly. She is taking 7 drops MMS orally 5-8 per day, and we are activating MMS w/ 5% HCL and spreading the solution on the rash, sometimes that relieves the pain greatly actually, sometimes it does not. She is also inhaling MMS, 4 inhales in nostrils only as recommended. And sometimes we add an MMS solution into her nostrils with a syringe. To keep the skin soft we apply Organic Extra Virgin Coconut oil and natural castor oil. The pain isn't truly relieved with aspirin, ibuprofen or mild hydrocodone. We are not sure what this is? A viral or bacterial infection or as some medical sites say an allergic reaction common to Parvovirus B19/"Fifth Disease" after the virus in no longer contagious? Does anyone one recognize this condition? We have looked at images online and do not see anything resembling it. I'd appreciate any ideas on stopping this spread, and relieving the pain naturally. Thank you. Blessings, R.
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