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The following photos have been submitted by sufferers of the molluscum contagiosum virus who have used our Treatment. They are not professional photographs. Click on an image for enlargement.

 

Five year old child with molluscum contagiosum in various stages.

 

Before

A five year old child with molluscum contagiosum in various stages including pus head, scratched, and beginning stage plus associated eczema. Our Treatment dried out the pus headed molluscum in three days and removed all infection on this part of his body in one week.

With only one week of our Treatment the five year old child is clear of molluscum and associated eczema on this area of his body. 

 

After

With only one week of our Treatment the five year old child is clear of molluscum and associated eczema on this area of his body. Note the post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation (darker spots) where the molluscum lesions grew. This hyperpigmentation will fade with time.

The molluscum wart infection eventually covered both thighs, the groin, and genitals until the spread was arrested by our Treatment. Autoinfection is a real problem with molluscum if it is left untreated.

 

Before

Scratched and inflamed, this boy suffered too long. The initial site of the molluscum contagiosum infection was the cluster on the right top of the image. The infection eventually covered both thighs, the groin, and genitals until the spread was arrested by our Treatment. Autoinfection (infecting yourself) is a real problem with molluscum if it is left untreated, especially in children.

Damaged skin after attempting to treat molluscum with cortisone cream. Note the extreme inflammation around the scratched molluscum.

 

Wrong Treatment

Damaged skin after attempting to treat molluscum with cortisone cream. Note the extreme inflammation around the scratched molluscum.

First stage killing off of the molluscum virus infection in this young boys leg.

 

After - stage 1

First stage killing off of the molluscum virus infection in this young boy's leg.

After suffering for close to a year, the site of the initial molluscum infection on the five year old child cleared after our Treatment. 

 

After - Stage 2

After suffering for close to a year, the site of the initial molluscum infection on the five year old boy cleared after our Treatment. The thigh still shows some generalised inflammation likely from the cortisone. (The child's parents reported that this also cleared soon after the photo was taken.)

Facial molluscum on children is especially problematic. Caught from an infected child who touched her, this molluscum was about to transition into the pus stage until her parents treated her using our Guide.  

 

Cross Contagion

Molluscum on the face of a three year old girl. Caught from an infected child who touched her, this molluscum was about to transition into the pus stage until her parents treated her using our Guide. 

The pearly white heads of a cluster of beginning stage molluscum contagiosum. This cluster was approximately 5 cm (2 inches) square and consisted of over 200 individual bumps.  

 

Molluscum Bumps

The pearly white heads of a cluster of beginning stage molluscum. This cluster was approximately 5 cm (2 inches) square and consisted of over 200 individual bumps. 

Dead molluscum bumps after only two treatments. 

 

After Two Treatments

Beginning stage molluscum after two treatments using our Guide. Note the number of heads that have dried and look dead.  

A molluscum pierced by a Doctor which became infected for which the Doctor prescribed antibiotics but no further treatment was suggested for the molluscum.  

 

Molluscum on Young Female

Two pus head molluscum on the back of a 14 year old girl with a damaged lesion in the center. This is a molluscum pierced by a Doctor which became infected for which the Doctor prescribed antibiotics but no further treatment was suggested for the molluscum.

Cured by molluscum contagiosum all natural treatment. 

 

After

The two pus head molluscum have been cleared by our Treatment and the skin now needs to heal. Continued treatment is advised until the healing is more advanced. Remnants of the virus can still reside in these lesions.

 

Molluscum contagiosum can look like pimples. Don't be fooled. 

 

Molluscum can look like Pimples

Don't be fooled. If you have molluscum elsewhere on your body it is likely that every spot that looks like a pimple is actually molluscum. What is tell-tale on this sufferer of the virus is the large number of beginning stage molluscum bumps surrounding the pus headed molluscum.

Molluscum contagiosum are commonly on the torso and in the armpit of children. 

 

Before: Molluscum in Armpits of Children

Molluscum contagiosum are commonly found on the torso and in the armpit of children. These are moist areas and need to be dried well during treatment. 

The best treatment for Molluscum in children gives consideration to the sensitivity of children's skin.  

 

After: Molluscum in Armpits Treated

The best treatment for Molluscum in children gives consideration to the sensitivity of children's skin.  

Beginning stage bumps surrounds this pus head molluscum on the scrotum. 

 

Molluscum on the Scrotum

Beginning stage bumps surrounds this pus head molluscum on the scrotum. The molluscum sufferer reported that he had eradicated all other molluscum but had missed these. He only discovered this cluster on his scrotum after new molluscum appeared on the inside of his thigh. Molluscum on the scrotum and penis are difficult to treat because bandages and tape are almost impossible to apply. 

 

 

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