First-hand account of surviving HFMD


Swollen red spots appear on the palms during the initial stage of HFMD infection, leading to pain during contact. — LO TERN CHERN/The Star

HAND, foot and mouth disease (HFMD). I didn’t see it coming and it hit me like a train.

It started on a fine Thursday with work as usual, and lots of good meals and travelling.

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