Molescum – Molluscum Contagiosum


Molescum – also known as Molluscum Contagiosum, or simply Mollescum – is a viral infection of the skin. Molescum is actually quite harmless but poses a significant disadvantage for anyone who is infected with the virus. Molluscum Contagiosum in children is where it is most often seen. However, adults can and are infected. People whose immune system is compromised are most likely to be easily infected. However, even healthy people are vulnerable to molescum because it is a highly contagious virus

Molescum spreads easily through skin contact, contact with infected material such as towels and clothing and often through sexual contact. The actual condition caused by Molescum is a patch of Molluscum Contagiosum warts that are nothing more than buttons to the eye. They do not hurt or itch, but they can take a very long time to go. In fact, Molescum resolves itself naturally in a healthy human, but the time it takes (up to a year!) Makes many people seek treatment.

Molluscum contagiosum treatment usually involves topical creams, surgical removal of molluscum lesions and even something as far as using the juice of a particular type of beetle to clear up warts. Surgical removal is usually quick and easy and if done well, leaves no scars. This is a fantastic option because while creams can work on time, the molescum spreads very easily to healthy skin on the same person. Molescum spreads particularly well on wet skin. The main reason to get rid of Molescum is to avoid spreading it to others and also for aesthetic reasons. Molluscum warts are rather unsightly, especially if they occur around or on the face or genitals.

Another treatment option for people with molescum is to have their frozen molluscum warts. This process is only slightly painful and gives decent results. Children, in particular, should be treated as soon as a diagnosis of molescum is confirmed because of their gregarious nature. Mollescum spread to others is almost guaranteed in children! For individual molluscum warts, you can remove them yourself at home. All you need to do is sterilize a needle and pierce the skin on the button

Then you will have to widen the opening and squeeze the small white ball. The white ball is actually the virus, which is hidden in this ball in such an ingenious way that it takes so long for the human immune system to identify and fight it. Once you have removed the ball of virus, apply an antiseptic on the small wound and let it heal. Here is!

For more complex cases of molescum it is wise to consult a dermatologist.


Source by Tomas Schuman

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