Molluscum Contagiosum

Homeopathic treatment

Before delving into homeopathic treatment let us first discuss the conventional or allopathic treatment available.

Allopathic or conventional treatment of molluscum contagiosum includes surgical removal by de-coring, scrapping, cauterizing, freezing, cryotherapy, curettage, or through needle electrosurgery.

The above procedures lead to scarring and most importantly the molluscum recur.

Homeoapthy on the other hand works on the immune system of the person being treated, thus offering promising and excellent treatment and remedies for molluscum contagiosum.

The medicines raise the vitality and immunity of the patient and helps the body to heal itself by stimulating the body's own healing powers to fight the disease.

Homeopathy treatment is absolutely harmless and essentially safe without any side effects, even for children and pregnant females. No external applications like ointments or greasy lotions are given during the treatment. Thus, it offers a painless, non-surgical, non-scarring solution for molluscum contagiosum.

Unlike conventional or allopathy treatment, homeopathy medicines treat the ailment from within, emphasising on cure rather than its suppression.

There are 19 homoeopathic medicines which give great relief in molluscum contagiosum. However, the correct choice and the resulting relief is a matter of experience and right choice on the part of the doctor. The treatment is decided after thorough case taking of the patient. Thus homeopathic remedies are designer made unlike allopathy or conventional treatment in which all patients receive the same surgical procedures or drugs.

Some of the remedies which may be used in a case of molluscum contagiosum under an experienced homeopathic doctor are Silicia, Hepar sulphuricum, Natrium sulphuricum, Thuja occidentalis and so on.

I remember the case of 8-year-old Riya Sharma who came to me with 3 months old history of molluscum contagiosum. The eruptions were on the face around the lips. The presentation of eruptions was pearly white and there was itching also. Her appetite was diminished. She had a history of frequent throat infections indicating low vitality or immunity. She also had ingrowing toe nails which were very painful.

Previously she was treated in allopathy where cauterization of eruptions was done but they recurred again. She had also taken conventional medicines orally for the same, but without any imporvement. The molluscum contagiosum kept recurring and in fact increasing in number.

After thorough case taking she was prescribed the approprite remedies. Six months into the treatment her tendency to develop molluscum decreased considerably and she was cured in a span of one year.

For complete cure the treatment must be taken seriously from an expert doctor for about 12 to 18 months depending upon the severity of the disease.

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A patient treated by Dr. Rohit Jain

Molluscum contagiosum before treatment

Before treatment

Molluscum contagiosum after treatment

After treatment

What is molluscum contagiosum

Molluscum contagiosum is a viral infection of the skin characterized by raised pearl-like nodules or papules on the skin. The eruptions are usually grouped in one or two areas. They can be painful and itchy.

It is most commonly seen in children affecting around 17 percent of young children between 2 to 12 years of age. It usually affects the face, neck, hands and armpits but may be found anywhere on the body except palms and soles.

In adults it is generally seen on the groin and genitals as a sexually transmitted disease.

The virus spreads through direct skin to skin contact and through contact with contaminated objects door knobs, tap handles, toys, swimming pools and so on. Rubbing or scratching the eruptions spreads the virus to the nearby skin thus spreading the molluscum.

Also the patient should be investigated for HIV and AIDS as five to twenty percent of immunocompromised people with AIDS and HIV have symptomatic molluscum contagiosum virus.

Some of the issues which lead the patients to consult a doctor are secondary infections, bleeding, discomfort, itching, potential scarring along with social and emotional reasons like fear of embarrassment, disrupted cosmetic appearance, social exclusion and fear of transmission to others.


  • DNA virus of the poxvirus group.
  • Incubation period is 2 weeks to 2 months after contact.

*I had been suffering from an infectious skin disease called molluscum contagiousum since last year. I consulted 2-3 top skin specialists (dermatologists) but they all suggested me for laser surgery. According to their opinion, there is no permanent treatment of this disease in conventional medicine or allopathy. Therefore, I started looking for a good homeopathic doctor , which led to the contact number of Dr. Rohit Jain. He assured me that he will take only 8 months to cure it and it happened. All molluscum are removed within 8 months. I am very thankful to Dr. Rohit Jain.

- Ms. Anamika Srivastava

New Delhi, India

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sir i m suffering from Molluscum Contagiosum can suggest me some medicines to get rid from this..please I want get rid asap

Mar 5, 2018 11:55 pm Reply

Sir my daughter is 2 years and 6 months old. She has pampules in her chest, face and near eye. On consultation with DOC i came to know that it is molluscum contagious. Can u please help me in this matter

Gaurav Negi
Jun 11, 2017 11:48 pm Reply

sir i m suffering from Molluscum Contagiosum can suggest me some medicines to get rid from this

Zubair Ahmad
Aug 6, 2016 8:51 pm Reply