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Molluscum if it is allowed to go its course or is cured with a natural product like apple cider vinegar or clove oil often shows post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation (darker spots) where the molluscum lesions grew. This hyperpigmentation will fade with time. If on the other hand the molluscum is cut out then it can scar.
Molluscum are usually painless unless they become irritated or inflamed. Some people have a little itching from molluscum.
Both smallpox and molluscum are caused by pox viruses. Smallpox is lifethreatening, while molluscum is benign.
Bacterial and parasitic infections can be cured with an antibiotic. These include chlamydia, gonorrhea, syphilis, NGU, and trichomoniasis. Viral STDs cannot be managed with antivirals, but not cured with antibiotics. The viral STDs include hepatitis, molluscum, HPV, HIV and herpes.Bacterial infections are treated with antibiotics, such as chlamydia, gonorrhea, syphilis, and trich.
Acyclovir is not an effective treatment for molluscum contagiosum.
This disease is contracted through skin to skin contacts or when there are lesions involved. They can be transmitted when an infected person touches an inanimate object which eventually touches another person.
Molluscum is spread by skin-to-skin contact. Keep your molluscum lesions covered to avoid spreading it to others.
Molluscum is not dangerous. It causes no long-term consequences.
There is no test for people without symptoms to see if they have warts or molluscum. If you have a bump, get it checked out. That's how genital warts and molluscum are diagnosed.
Oral molluscum is rare in immunocompetent adults. It is spread by skin-to-skin contact.
The government site cdc.gov have treatment options for people with molluscum. If you have it go to http://www.cdc.gov/ncidod/dvrd/molluscum/faq/everyone.htm for information about treatments.
The following site will provide good information on a diet for molluscum contagiosum at the following site...www.medicinenet.com ... skin az list molluscum contagiosum index
Molluscum is caused by a pox virus. It's spread by skin-to-skin contact.
Molluscum contagiosum is a viral infection spread by skin to skin contact with someone who is infected.
Herpes and molluscum are caused by different viruses. One does not cause the other.
Most viral STDs can be treated, though not all of them can be cured. Herpes, hepatitis, and HIV can be treated with anti-viral drugs to make the infection less problematic, but they are lifelong conditions. Molluscum and genital warts can be treated, but the virus can't be cured (although the body may clear the virus).
Molluscum does not cause warts. They are separate diseases caused by separate viruses.
Molluscum contagiosum is a viral infection that's spread by skin-to-skin contact with someone who is infected.
Yes, you can go swimming if you have molluscum. Doing so poses no danger to you or others.
Molluscum Contagiosum is treatable by freezing, creams. viable information can be found on the NHS website also any pharmasist should be able to perscibe a cream for Molluscum Contagiosum.
Oral molluscum is rare in immunocompetent people. See your health care provider if you believe you have bumps in your mouth.
Molluscum is spread by skin-to-skin contact. It won't be spread by swimming pool water.
Molluscum is spread by skin-to-skin contact. Normal laundering is plenty to kill the virus.
Molluscum contagiosum is an infection that may be spread by sex or by other skin-to-skin contact. In adults with genital infection, transmission is sexual. In school-aged children, who usually have molluscum on the trunk, transmission is not sexual.