Treatment Of Molluscum Contagoisum?
In the afternoon, I suffered from molluscum in my genitals, and after checking into the hospital I was advised to buy Glizigen … Is this drug can cure molluscum, because after I read this drug to cure genital warts and how to use it to be more effective?
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Molluskum contagiosum is an infection that occurs on the surface of the skin which is marked by the appearance of lumps or nodules the size of green beans on the surface of the skin. Or if it occurs in the genitals, this condition is often referred to as genital warts.
Molluscum contagiosum can be added if it comes in direct contact with the patient's skin and touches or uses items that have previously been used by the patient. And in adults, molluscum contagiosum is also transmitted through sexual activity.
Molluscum contagiosum is caused by a viral infection which can generally heal by itself without treatment. However, recovery usually requires a long period of time, between six months to one and a half years.
If you have this condition, you should consult further with a dermatologist and a specialist for an examination first and then given the appropriate handling. Some medicines that can be used to treat Imolluscum contagiosum include:
Podophylloxin, which is a liquid or cream form that is usually used to treat molluscum contagious in the genital area
Glizigenspray is a type of drug that contains Glycyrrhizinic acid which can be used in treating genital warts and viral infections of the genital organs. However, the use of this drug should be used in accordance with the advice and advice of a doctor. The use of this drug also needs to be considered and used correctly. This medicine is only used as an external medicine. And the use of this type of drug with other methods. You can further consult about the use of the drug with your doctor beforehand. Which therapy is more effective will depend on the individual conditions such as the extent of the molluskum contagiosum lesion and so on.
Some other ways can also be done if the method with topical drugs or creams above is ineffective such as laser therapy, Cryotherapy (freezing with liquid nitrogen), and Scraping (scraping with metal tools) done by a doctor.
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