Gianotti–crosti syndrome – Mandy Moore Reveals Her Two-year-old son Gus’s Rare Skin Condition

July 28, 2023 – Mandy Moore shares that her son two-year-old Gus has been diagnosed with rare skin condition Gianotti-Crosti syndrome. The skin condition also known as papular acrodermatitis of childhood, is a rare condition that affects young children.

The skin condition is considered a common childhood rash and is a delayed reaction to a virus. The rashes and blisters will appear as the child is recovering from an infection. Although the young child may have fever (not is Gus’ case) and discomfort in addition to the scary blisters, there are no long-term consequences. Usually, the rash will appear when your child is getting well from another disease.

The 39-year-old singer share on her Instagram stories share photos of here son with red rashes on his body which were signs of the recently diagnosed condition. The rashes is seen to have all over his legs, feet and the backs of him arms. The singer also mentioned that it could last 6-8 weeks as per their medical consultant.

Turns out it’s a viral childhood that spontaneously appears called Gianotti-Crosti syndrome. It sometimes accompanies a cold but not in Gus’s case.

Mandy Moore’s Instagram story

Moore is mother to two sons August (a.k.a “Gus”) and Oscar (a.k.a. “Ozzie”) with Taylor Goldsmith. Taylor is the frontman, guitarist and songwriter for the American folk rock band Dawes. Moore and Goldsmith got married back in 2018.

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