Rapid, Effective, Natural Help for Molluscum Contagiosum
Has your dermatologist diagnosed you with molluscum contagiosum? If so, I hope you will take time to read about a remarkable natural molluscum remedy.
Naturasil for Molluscum Contagiosum, sometimes called MCV for short, is a formula that naturally supports the body in relieving symptoms of all strains of Molluscum Congatiosum. Comprised of natural plant extracts, Naturasil provides relief without some of the other side effects of traditional treatment which may include pain or scarring. Before undergoing curettage or using topicals that may contain harsh acids or chemicals you may not want in your blood stream (about 40% of topicals do end up in the blood stream) you might consider a less harsh option such as Naturalsil.
According to what I've read, curettage is considered the traditional treatment with the least side effects. However, curettage is a time-consuming process and requires that the patient be under anesthesia. Curettage is most often used to treat female issues and involves scraping off the affected skin cells. A form of curettage is also employed to treat skin conditions such as MCV.
Other traditional treatments have higher rates of side effects. For example, cryotherapy may cause tingling or numbness in areas treated and possibly even nerve damage. Topical creams used to treat this skin condition need to be examined ingredient by ingredient because they may contain acids or chemicals that are quite harsh.
What is Molluscum Contagiosum?
Molluscum affects the skin and causes lesions with a dimpled center. The skin appears as a pearly white or red color and the lesions are filled with a waxy, white material. Molluscum is caused by the poxvirus Molluscum contagiosum (MCV) and is highly contagious. This condition usually afflicts children under 10. To effectively eradicate molluscum from the skin, the virus must be killed. The antiviral properties of Naturasil work fast to help the body reduce symptoms and rid itself of Molluscum.
Health Care Disclaimer: Molluscum Contagiosum is a contagious viral skin infection and may be sexually transmitted. If you have been diagnosed with molluscum contagiosum, seek treatment and appropriate skin care for the area immediately. Do not expose partners to the molluscum virus.
Herpes simplex is sometimes mistaken for MCV so it's important to get a proper diagnosis before treatment. The blistery lesions of a herpes outbreak will contain clear liquid, however, where this skin infection produces blister-like lesions that usually have a white looking center.