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    Default Treatment for Molluscum Contagiosum

    My son is 4 years now and he was diagnosed with molluscum contagiosum.It doesn't seems to be spreading till now though.But i'm afraid its a contagious and might spread. Is there any natural treatments you are aware of that will work?

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    you can try tea tree lotion or garlic this would help.but i heard it goes by itself so doesn't need treatment .just make sure it doesn't spread.

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    you can also pierce each spot with a sharp needle with 1% phenol in it.

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    thank you tina i tried tea tree lotion and its gone.


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