I did treat the linens yes. They looked nothing like warts to me, didn’t look like any pictures I’d seen or resemble any descriptions I have heard. In healthy people, molluscum contagiosum (MC) is relatively harmless, only affecting the epithelial (outer) layer of the skin rather than circulating through the body. When symptoms are especially severe, the person may not even want to go out in public until these are resolved. It’s not dangerous, but neither will normal precautions prevent it from spreading. In children, the bumps usually appear on the face, neck, armpits, hands and arms. In adults, the bumps are usually seen on the genitals, lower abdomen, inner upper thighs and butt.
The wikipedia article has a picture of molluscum on a fat lady’s arm, the kind of fat lady you’d imagine delicioustacos writing about. I thought it right, however, to explain the matter to www.emory.edu my Kaffirs! Diagnosis is based on the appearance of the lesion and can be confirmed by a skin biopsy. I used the Aldara as prescribed, and individual bumps would go away in 1-2 weeks, but the overall infection was relentless. Molluscum contagiosum is caused by up to four closely-related types of pox virus, MCV-1 to MCV-4 and their variants [1, 2]. i unprocted sex with my new girlfriend (who i told everything), and now she has these bumps around her genitals but they dont hurt her either. It is important to wash hands carefully so the virus does not come in contact with other parts of the body and remains as isolated as possible.
Covering bumps with bandages will also reduces the risk of spreading the virus to others or to other parts of the body. Condoms reduce the risk of getting MC during vaginal and anal intercourse. But because MC can be spread from skin to skin contact the virus may still be in the area that is not covered and protected by condoms. If you have bumps, it is best to avoid sexual contact until they go away or have been removed.