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Molluscum Contagiosum, Yes, It’s An STD.

That’s right. Molluscum Contagiosum, it’s an STD. Whether you call it molluscum or moluscum or molluscum contagiosum, water warts or those ugly bumps, it’s still an STD. However, you can get molluscum contagiosum in many non-sexually transmitted ways. Touching, sweating areas of the gym, saunas, pools and any place where sweat can linger. But for […]

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How to Get Rid of Molluscum Contagiosum

This can be a tough one.  Molluscum contagiosum (or molluscum as it is sometimes referred to) is one of those diseases that just does not go away quickly. The lesions can last anywhere from 6 months to 6 years if left untreated. Why is it so hard to get rid of molluscum contagiosum? They reside […]

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How To Apply MolluscumRx (Quick Application Instructions)


Clean the affected area
and let dry.


Place a small drop on the lesion, rub gently in a circular motion until whitish paste forms. Let dry for 3 minutes.


Apply MolluscumRx 2x per day until lesions are gone. Full treatment typically takes 3 - 4 weeks.

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