What is molluscum? What causes molluscum contagiosum?

05/14/2016 04:36

Molluscum contagiosum is caused by a virus that can be sexually and distributed by nonsexual contact with contaminated items such as towels, clothing or sex toys.

Molluscum contagiosum can appear anywhere on the skin, except the palms and soles. Lesions consist of groups pearly papules ,,, wax or pink dome shaped soft and ombiliqué, usually 2 to 5 mm in diameter, most often occur on the face, trunk and limbs in children and the pubis, penis, vulva or adults. Lesions may be 10 to 15 mm in diameter, especially in patients who have growth of HIV infection and other immunodeficiencies. The lesions are usually not itchy or painful and can be discovered by chance during a physical exam. However, lesions may itch and burn, the body fights the virus.

Physical contact the virus spreads person to person, including skin to skin contact and sharing towels or clothing. the spread of the virus in these surveys scratching. The rash does not appear for several months after exposure. Babies who are in contact with each other, the virus can spread easily. In adults, the virus can be transmitted through sexual contact.

Despite these treatments, the disease can also help resolve more quickly, most doctors do not use in children, as they can be painful and burn, scar fade or bubble. The use of treatment will depend in part on the location and number of lesions. Some people claim that if the rash is embarrassing or cause other problems such as itching or other symptoms.

I there. My partner is not. After months of research, I came to the conclusion that it was a sauna, spa, jacuzzi, gym class or even a painting class. It can be transmitted to the door handles, toys, towels and so on ... I felt really great and sad when I found was a std. But it's like chicken pox called a cold or flu sexually transmitted disease. Yes, you can do so through intimate but not Lysol-ing at home or in the office sector can also spread the virus.




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