Skip to content
Molloscum but what else?
avatar
An_254953 posted:
Hi everyone,

Few months ago I contracted molluscum from a girl I was dating. Went to a dermatologist as soon as I noticed and he froze them with liquid nitrogen. They came back. I went to another doctor and asked for another diagnosis. He confirmed the 1st one. I told him I don't like the liquid nitrogen so he prescribed me aldara (I'm supposed to use it 3 times a week but I use EOD and seems to be working since the pimples got bright red).

Anyways, besides this, after I had sex with my GF (who knows about my condition but she seems to be immune to it), I notice redness all over my penis and the head becomes 'weird'. It feels that the texture is different. I had few pimples from the molluscum on my penis but they were gone. Now all I see is new pink skin that gets brighter when I have sex.

I'm getting worried because I'm starting to feel so insecure. Basically I want to know if what you guys will see in the pictures seems like molluscum or maybe something else? (chlamydia maybe or anything like that). I had an STD panel test done the first week when I noticed the molluscum but no one told me that I was supposed to wait few weeks before getting tested. Everything came back negative but I'm starting to think I contracted something else besides molluscum.

Why don't I go to the doctor and get tested again? Well, simply because I have no insurance/no money left after buying the aldara

Here are the two pics and hopefully someone can chime in:

http://tinypic.com/r/27y7o8k/5
http://tinypic.com/r/2nlwsis/5

Thanks everyone
Reply


Helpful Tips

how do you feel towards the ONE WHO GAVE YOU HERPES
Did you know that 90% of people living with Herpes, DON'T KNOW THEY HAVE IT . Thats a big number. So you just found out you have Herpes, ... More
Was this Helpful?
42 of 53 found this helpful

Related Drug Reviews

  • Drug Name User Reviews

Report Problems With Your Medications to the FDA

FDAYou are encouraged to report negative side effects of prescription drugs to the FDA. Visit the FDA MedWatch website or call 1-800-FDA-1088.