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is it true that the molluscum contagiosum virus can stay in body for a year even after all lesions are completely gone if so can it still be transmit
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Is it true that the molluscum contagiosum virus can stay in body for a year even after all lesions are completely gone? If so can it still be transmit
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A 33-year-old female asked:
I think I have Molluscum contagiosum, I have a small red bump on my thigh. But I am 28 years old, is it possible for an adult to get this virus?
A 22-year-old member asked:
I’ve had molluscum contagiosum on pubic area for 8 months. Bumps went away with no treatmeamt a few days ago.Will they come back or is the virus gone?
Dr. John Berryman answered
53 years experience Obstetrics and Gynecology
Return of virus: The disappearance of the lesions may be secondary to your immune system production of antibodies which destroy the virus. This episode of the virus is ... Read More
A 22-year-old female asked:
Is molluscum contagiosum contagious during the incubation period between the time a person contracts the virus and the time the first bump appears?
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