anyone used molludab?

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Found 26th Mar 2015
My 6 year old has had warts on his face since around August last year. After several trips to the gp as they weren't clearing up the skin specialist at our surgery finally saw him and advised us to try molludab which we had to buy. but I'm wondering if anyone else has used it and cab trek me what kind of time frame it takes to clear the warts. We've been using since the 6th of march but noticed no difference at all except they scab over which they're supposed to do and then drop off but they're not dropping off just scabbing and then going back to how they were.
I've looked on the net but not much info out there so if anyone has a link I can read up on then I'd appreciate that too.

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warts generally go away infused own time .
bo84gle

warts generally go away infused own time .

in there
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bo84gle

warts generally go away infused own time .



Yes but they can take 18 months and while the ones on his face are there when he scratches he manages to spread them to other parts of his face.

They're really beginning to irritate him so the doc advised us to try this. But I would have thought they'd have started to disappear quicker than this. As everything I've read seems to point to a couple of days use.
will the doc not freeze them
bo84gle

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in their
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No he's too young I think for them to be freezed as they're all on his face.
will the gp prescribe anti viral medication ? warts are disfiguring and will come back if virus live.
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suezygirl

will the gp prescribe anti viral medication ? warts are disfiguring and … will the gp prescribe anti viral medication ? warts are disfiguring and will come back if virus live.



nope they refuse to do anything
adhkarzf

nope they refuse to do anything


thats a difficult one , have you tried different gp. may depend on age of child ?
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suezygirl

thats a difficult one , have you tried different gp. may depend on age of … thats a difficult one , have you tried different gp. may depend on age of child ?


all the reviews I've read say the same their gp did nothing as it's supposed to go by itself but can take 18/24 months but in the meantime if he scratches and spreads the virus new ones pop up so I can't see the cycle finishing.

I was just hoping someone else had the same problem and used molludab and could advise me if it took add long as this. As far as I was aware once a reaction took place then the wart was supposed to fall off but it's just not happening and now he has red marks as well as the warts as the medicine is like an acid. We're just not having any fun here. would be willing to try something else but I'm a bit at a loss.
adhkarzf

all the reviews I've read say the same their gp did nothing as it's … all the reviews I've read say the same their gp did nothing as it's supposed to go by itself but can take 18/24 months but in the meantime if he scratches and spreads the virus new ones pop up so I can't see the cycle finishing. I was just hoping someone else had the same problem and used molludab and could advise me if it took add long as this. As far as I was aware once a reaction took place then the wart was supposed to fall off but it's just not happening and now he has red marks as well as the warts as the medicine is like an acid. We're just not having any fun here. would be willing to try something else but I'm a bit at a loss.


i feel for you and your child,i had a wart that disapeared when i took antivirals for shingles, literally went in days , these preparations can damage skin and especially childs. really hope you get it sorted .
The condition your son has is probably Molluscum Contagiosum. My daughter had a nasty case of it a few months ago and unfortunately my son now has it. We tried other remedies with no effect, but Molludab was amazing in my opinion! I used it on my daughters spots/warts a little while after the stage when they start to scab, as I wanted to ensure that the whole centre of the spot was gone. We used it every day for about 3 weeks (morning and evening) and then stopped, and her skin had cleared up dramatically! What used to be sore, inflamed and irritated skin is clear, and now it just looks as if she's recovering from chickenpox. The molludab is pricey, and should only be used for 4 weeks as has a short shelf life, but is worth every penny in my opinion-I'm just about to order a bottle for my son. Hope this helps
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milosmammy

The condition your son has is probably Molluscum Contagiosum. My daughter … The condition your son has is probably Molluscum Contagiosum. My daughter had a nasty case of it a few months ago and unfortunately my son now has it. We tried other remedies with no effect, but Molludab was amazing in my opinion! I used it on my daughters spots/warts a little while after the stage when they start to scab, as I wanted to ensure that the whole centre of the spot was gone. We used it every day for about 3 weeks (morning and evening) and then stopped, and her skin had cleared up dramatically! What used to be sore, inflamed and irritated skin is clear, and now it just looks as if she's recovering from chickenpox. The molludab is pricey, and should only be used for 4 weeks as has a short shelf life, but is worth every penny in my opinion-I'm just about to order a bottle for my son. Hope this helps



Im glad it worked for you but it didn't work for my son just made his skin inflamed and sore. yes he has molluscum contagiosum but it's easier to say warts.

also you're not supposed to use it for 3 weeks continously only 1 week at a time.

Unfortunately for us it was a waste of money but most have found it useful. but on a plus note since I've stopped using it his face looks much better and they seem to be reducing of their own accord. they've not gone yet though.
Edited by: "adhkarzf" 8th May 2015
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