Help with MC!

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HI GUYS!!!

i just recently discovered i have MC since i have been doing loads of research. at first i think it was genital warts/herpes.... but nothing matched either of those. (the bumps are around my anus). it started witth a bump that i thought it was just a skin tag. i discovered it this summer. but it never bothered me till i noticed more bumps came around and they ITCHED. i soon realized this became a problem a month ago. the bumps are shiny and round with a white head/dimple in the middle. i just had a bunch pop up recently and they bloody itch soemtimes . i serve so it irritates the hell out of me.

my boyfriend needed to borrow my phone for a minute and my research s**t popped up. he asked me what itnwas and i said i think i have that condition from that skin tag on my inner thigh. i then tell him it spread. he then tells me he doesnt want to have sex till it clears up. he did say he still loves me but he doesnt want to get the condition.

i know MC is hard to get rid of. but i have no health insurance (waiting for my medicaid application to be approved). and i know planned parenthood cant help me much. so im looking for solutions for this condition.

plus can you get this from a contanimated surface? i used my gyms showers and benches often. because MC DOESNT pop up years after exposure. it pops up right after initial exposure.

please help me. thank you!

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    Hi Deejay,

    MC usually pops up after two weeks from initial exposure and they are itchy sometimes. If you are sure those are MC bumps, then you can use Apple Cider Vinegar (ACV) to treat them. I got rip of my MC using ACV. Below is how i cured mine.

    1. Don't use the same towel to dry them. Use paper towel or air dry them.
    2. Tape a cotton soaked ACV to each bump over 8 hours (use 3M Medical tape)
    3. When it turns white, keep applying cotton soaked ACV until it scabs.
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