Is that word right? I know that's what my SIL calls it.
It's bumps. Very contagious in children. They look like a zit/pimple, that doesn't go away. If you pick the "zit", they will spread. Inside the zit is usually a very hard round "ball". It takes up to a year to go away. Nothing will help it go away, they have to go away itself (from what SIL says).
Some of my nephews and nieces have them, or have had them. I have seen them on the legs, arms and neck areas. My children have been lucky not to get them since they were around their cousins so much before me moved. My DD though, has had 1 small spot on her face for some time. Looked like a small zit, but at the same time, it wasn't a zit. It was like a spot. Tonight it looked like it had a "hole" in the middle of it. I took a needle and very gently pried it off. DD is 9, she didn't cry. Out popped one of those small "balls." Immediately I remembered this molustrum stuff. I cleaned it good with peroxide. It bleed a little bit. I cleaned her whole face with peroxide.
Does anyone have anymore more information, or good tips that I may not know about, about this stuff?