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... But usually the ones that are visible are not the culprit. That is why paps are necessary. It is possible to be infected with more then one strain. Molluscum tends to be more pesky...harder to treat and can show up on other areas other than your genitals. ... (11 replies)
... But aren't genital warts worse than molluscum? ... (11 replies)
... About one or two months ago I found these 3 small bumps near my anus. I started to worry so I researched anal warts and found nothing even remotely close to what mine looked like. ... (11 replies)

... some grew back and some didnt. They only occur singularly. They aren't painful or itchy. None of them look cauliflower. I have looked through countless images of genital warts online but nothing seems to resemble my particular case. The only thing that really looks like it online is molluscum. ... (1 replies)
Genital warts
Jun 20, 2005
... I just went to the dr today because I suspected that I was date raped. She couldn't tell anything either way, but she did say that I had some genital warts that were from earlier than 36 hours prior. I used to get Molluscum Contagiosum which is something similar, I guess... do most drs know the difference? ... (0 replies)
... It's molluscum. The nurse called me today. I'm not sure if I should be relieved though. It's still a virus. I'm going to get them removed next Tues. The doctor said they use this chemical to burn them off (I think) and that they will blister and may be painful. I really don't care as long as they go away! Has anyone else encountered this virus? How did you take care of it?... (11 replies)
... it's like that everywhere, but this is a pretty small town, everyone knows everyone and I know it would get out. And I would be obligated to tell him if it was warts right? ... (11 replies)
HPV to Molluscum
Jan 31, 2013
... a topical cream for genital warts. I applied it maybe twice a week to my affected areas. ... (4 replies)
... You can get HPV or Molluscum on your base or anywhere really on your genitals. The difference between the two is Molluscum has a dimple, and a fluid filled like appearance where as HPV are commonly rough little cauliflower looking bumps with no fluid. ... (1 replies)
... Maybe it is molluscum? Worst thing you can do is pick at it. Molluscum, in particular, can easily be spread this way. Then, too, it might be perfectly normal. With the assumption you have been sexually active, you need to see a doctor. We can't diagnose over the Internet. (1 replies)
... ill nothing. I went and bought a compound W home freezing kit from Walmart, and despite the warnings not to use on genital warts, I told myself "well they aren't genital warts persay, and even so I read all over the net how wonderful this stuff works on GW" Did not read anywhere about people using it on MC though. ... (5 replies)
... Molluscum (correct name molluscum contagiosum) are pinkish-white round lumps, each about 1–5 mm in diameter, which are caused by a virus. (3 replies)
... opinions is pretty safe. What it sounds like to me is molluscum. I have HPV and warts do not look like what you are explaining. ... (3 replies)
... Ok this has been a pretty lengthy experience, beginning last february. I noted two small flesh like bumps on the head of my penis in february of 2005, and didnt think much of it, because i was still a virgin, oral sex from one girl who i have known since 6th grade, very little/no risk there. Waited a few weeks and they had not changed, so i made an appointment to see my... (3 replies)
... how did your removal go? (11 replies)
... Get the bumps checked out and properly diagnosed. It sounds like you have something, but it could just be molluscum contagiosum (do a web search on it if you don't know what it is) which eventually goes away on its own. Either way, if your boyfriend loves you as much as you love him, he'll understand. It's important that you find out what you have, though, and also that you... (4 replies)
... It doesn't have anything to do with the strain. HPV is spread by skin to skin contact. Condoms can help prevent its spread, but they are not 100% because the virus could be spread by skin that is not covered by the condom, such as the scrotum and labia. (11 replies)
... I meant tell him before we did become intimate. We've kissed and such, but nothing serious. I would just feel obligated to tell him so he could decide what he wanted to do before anything happened. (11 replies)
... Honestly, I don't know if condoms can prevent different strains of HPV but my common sense says no. The reason being is...a virus is a virus...it may display itslef in certain ways regardless of how it is contracted. That said, I thought the guy you were with you hadn't "started" anything with (first post). Hey he could have given it to you....you never know. Let me know,... (11 replies)
... Yeah you're right. Once the results come back I'll make the decision. I wouldn't be suprised if he had it to. He's had his share of partners. Will condoms prevent against some strains of HPV or none at all? (11 replies)


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