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I understand your concern. I looked over the image (attachment removed to protect the patient's identity). The newborn baby may have molluscum contagiosum based on this. It is a viral infection that most commonly affects children but can also affect newborn babies and infants. It manifests as round, dome-shaped, fluid-filled vesicles with a small central depression or a dip in the middle. They are usually accompanied by no symptoms and are completely harmless. They usually do not require treatment and will go away on their own over time through self-limiting. Zinc oxide cream applied twice daily to the affected area can help to reduce its appearance. A Dermatologist may also remove them in person by expressing out and using cryotherapy and RF (radio frequency) methods, which are removal procedures. However, they can be transmitted through contact or appear due to weakened immunity. I would also like to point out that the image is not clear enough to see the rash elements, though it appears to be molluscum contagiosum. Please provide a clear close-up image of the lesion type to confirm a confirmatory diagnosis. Also, provide a detailed history of any similar medical conditions you may have experienced during pregnancy and delivery and a history of your baby's symptoms, such as fever, if any. Also, if providing an image is difficult or time-consuming, please consult a Dermatologist in person for a close inspection and examination of your baby's rashes because your baby is a newborn. Early diagnosis and intervention are more important than waiting. Do not be concerned. It will go away with prompt diagnosis and treatment. However, I hope the above description of what a molluscum rash looks like is clear, and you can closely examine the rash to see if it resembles the same. If this is the case, zinc oxide cream will be enough, or manual removal at a dermatology clinic is recommended.