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    hello dear , even though i am not a doctor , but have been suffering from this Virus for 6 months, so i got an experience how to get rid of it and i will help you.

    First of all don't be scared.

    it is MCV " molluscum contagiosum Virus", 1- if you have them on your genital area stop having sex with others , it will spread to your partner.

    2- dont share your towel with anyone , and use one small towel to clean your genital than wash with hot water.

    3- dont shave , dont squeeze them, dont touch them then touch your eyes .

    That was what not to do.!!

    what you have to do now , is to go to a dermatologist and ask him to remove by the curette , you might need one or two sessions and you will get rid of them.

    some Drs. will tell you it is better not to touch them ...!! Wrong!!! goo and remove them by curette " by removing them you will be helping your immune system not to fight them alone.

    best of luck dear , remember !! stay calm and dont worry , trust your body , you will beat them .

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      Hello Steven, the bumps go in a process. They begin to get swollen and than filled with blood and than they dry up. Do not pop them or scratch them cause you will make things worse. The virus will disappear when the last bump disappears.

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    Hello, this is Molluscum contagiosum. It is a skin virus and you don't need to worry about your health. I just recovered from it i had it about 1 year and a half. I tried aldara cream for some months and it didn't help. You can freeze them at dermatologies but i know that it hurts, and i didn't go down that road. So what finally helped me was taking B Complex Vitamins but you need to buy it with the full vitamins in it. About a month taking them they started to get swollen and dry up like crazy. So now i am a week free from this virus.

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