Typical Treatments For Molluscum
Until recently, physicians used the following old-fashioned treatments to cure molluscum contagiosum:
- Do nothing – Many pediatricians advise parents to leave the lesions alone, stating the molluscum will go away by itself. Lesions not treated may spread and take years to resolve. (see testimonials). Would like the (see testimonials) hyperlinked to testimonials page. During this time, the child will be contagious and therefore runs the risk of infecting others.
- Freezing the lesions – Physicians will use a liquid nitrogen spray to freeze off molluscum contagiosum lesions. This treatment is also known as cryotherapy. It can cause considerable pain to patients, and can often require multiple treatments.
- Scooping or cutting out lesions – Doctors will also scoop or cut MCV lesions out of patients. This invasive procedure can lead to pain and scarring in patients. For patients with multiple lesions across their body, this cure for molluscum contagiosum can cause considerable amounts of pain and scarring.
- Using acids to burn the lesions – Salicylic acid is also sometimes administered as a cure for molluscum contagiosum. Acid treatment is painful, and multiple treatments are often required before results are seen.
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