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Are There Any Alternative Treatments For Molluscum
Molluscum are very common in kids. Its caused by a viral infection. Many times, they will go away on their own, but they can be treated with scraping, freezing, cantharidin, and a variety of other approaches. With many treatments, there is some risk of scarring, so if they are few in number it is usually best to let them go ...Read more
No need to treat: There's usually no need to treat.Get a more detailed answer ›
Molluscum: When it comes to treatment for molluscum contagiosum, you have a choice. Traditional treatments have resulted in pain and scarring, but molluscumrx offers a molluscum treatment over the counter, providing you with an all-natural, pain-free treatment for mcv. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Viral infection: Molluscum contagiosum a viral skin infection produces benign raised lesions, usually painless bumps, on the upper layers of skin. They disappear on their own and rarely leave scars. The bumps can last from two months up to four yrs medication and surgery is available, but treatment is often not necessary. The virus can be more difficult to treat if you have a weakened immune system. ...Read more
My 12month baby has molluscum contagious since he has 2 months it hasn't disapear he even got a new one a few weeks ago, best treatment for a baby?
Molluscum contagious: This pox viral infection is benign and will usually resolve within about 4 months, but duration may depend upon the immune status of the patient. There is no antiviral therapy effective against this, but if lesions are unsightly there are several mechanical means of removing these bumps. See a dermatologist. ...Read more
I'm a scared teen with bad molluscum contagiosum. Getting worse everyday, and can't seek medical attention, what is the fastest REAL home treatment?
Molluscum : Molluscum contagiousum is a virus, and similar to a wart. It resolves on it's own, without treatment, between 6m and 2yrs. Treatment can leave scars, and is generally not recommended. However, when there are many of them on the face, it can be distressing. In this case, see a dermatologist. Also, it is contagious. Be careful with bathing, as well as clothing ,towels and bedding. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Molloscum: Most literature says they'll go away on their own if you leave them alone. I've had the best luck using a non-fda approved topical from canada called cantharone-http://dormer.Com/francais/html/wart_removers.Html it contains an extract from the blister beetle and when applied it causes a blister to form that heals with little to no scarring. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
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