Take some deep breaths. Two of them kinda look similar to molluscum but I really can’t tell because the photos are made from way too far away. Try soaking the area in (5% acetic acid) vinegar for five minutes. Apparently according to Wikipedia and the rest of the internets you can get it from dirty razors and whatnot as well as from that two bit trick from the club. Why all this warts in children must be. The papule often has a dimple in the center. 2 weeks later, I saw another dermatologist that was recommended to me, as the bumps had spread to my inner thighs and pubic region.
In both children and adults the most common sites affected are the head and neck, followed by trunk, upper extremity, genitalia, and lower extremity. so i went to the doctor and they told me it looked like herpes but when she frose them she said it looked like molluscum because of the indectation in the center. Fortunately, effective treatments are available to people who have common, flat or plantar warts as well as molluscum contagiousum. Warts and growths resulting from molluscum contagiosum are typically diagnosed during a physical examination, either by a family physician or a dermatologist. UPDATE – I went to a dermatologist and they confirmed it to be molluscum contagiosum … Typical treatments for warts include topical medications, injections that kill the virus causing the condition, freezing treatments or minor surgery to remove the growth manually. Typical treatments for molluscum contagiosum include aspiration of the fluid inside the bumps, freezing treatments, topical creams and oral medications.
The outcome of treatment is largely dependent on the condition, its severity at the time of treatment and the type treatment used. I can usually pinpoint my period by three to four days by the arrival of these awful sores each month. This time the doctors gave her injections in her genital area (which hurt like hell she said). Some conditions may resolve on their own without any type of treatment. Any of these conditions can recur after treatment. If you have been treated for molluscum contagiosum or warts and symptoms return, you can be treated for the condition again. Contact Metropolitan Dermatology in Clark, Kearny, Teaneck and Staten Island for a consultation with our dermatologists.