Molluscum Contagious

Molluscum Contagious

It is a skin infection caused by the virus-  Molluscum Contagiosum that produces raised bumps and lesions on the upper layers of your skin.

How does Molluscum Contagiosum look?

  • It appears as bumps either alone or in bunches of 10-20. 
  • Flesh colored, White or Pink. 
  • Firm and shaped like a dome with a dent or dimple in the middle.
  •  Filled with central Core of Waxy substance giving it a Pearly White appearance. 
  •  It can occur on any part and slowly spread to other areas as well.
  •  Usually they are painless non itchy bumps but sometimes they can become itchy.

Who can get Molluscum Contagiosum ?

Anyone can get Molluscum Contagiosum but certain people are more prone like :

  • Children.
  • People in tropical climate. 
  • People with weak immune systems.
  • People in contact sports. 

Treatment of Warts

Surgical Removal

Molluscum Contagious is removed by blade Sutures can be placed Safe and Effective Single Sitting Procedure.

Electrocautery

Electrocautery

Removal by using either Radio frequency cutting or electrical cutting Painless done under local anesthesia Effective Single sitting procedure.

Cryotherapy

Cryotherapy

Uses cold /freezing treatment to remove Molluscum Contagiosum Effective Painless Single Sitting Procedure.

Chemical Therapy

Chemical Therapy

Certain chemical can be used if multiple Molluscum Contagiosum are present Multiple sittings can be required.

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Molluscum Contagiosum mostly called as Molluscum is a Viral Skin Infection that appears as Round , Firm , Painless Bumps on the Skin. – It spreads Eaily. – Doesn’t Look very Nice . -Can be Itchy ! The following Video shows the effective Removal using RF Cautery & LASER. The Combination Treatment works best as it not only treats but disinfects deeper areas using LASER preventing reapperance

FAQ's

Yes, it can spread from one person to another by touching. Scratched bumps can also spread the infection to the surrounding skin.

The bumps usually disappear on their own. In rare cases, the bumps can be removed using medication or other procedures.It is better to take an opinion of your doctor on how to handle Molluscum Contagiosum .

Yes, it is a viral infection . having Molluscum Contagiosum once does not guarantee immunity to it.

  • Frequent handwashing with soap
  • Avoid sharing personal items
  • Avoid touching your own bumps again and again 
  • Avoid shaving or electrolysis in the area of Molluscum Contagiosum
  • Avoid sexula contact if Molluscum Contagiosum occurs in genital area. 

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