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Aug 2, 2013

A Case of Facial Warts (In Real Molluscum Contagiosum)



A female of 30 yrs diagnosed by a dermatologist as multiple facial warts from many months but unable to cure by different medication and creams. The case is misdiagnosed by Dermatologist as Facial Warts, in real this is a case of Molluscum Contagiosum.



Before Treatment
Pictures of face are shot on April 13, 2013. 
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© 2013 Dr R S Mann



© 2013 Dr R S Mann



Prescription:  Causticum 200 three doses with interval of thirty minutes. No other medicines were given. And advised to consult back after one month.



After Treatment
Pictures shot on May 18, 2013
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© 2013 Dr R S Mann



© 2013 Dr R S Mann


Conclusion: All the warts clear in a month by three doses of Causticum 200, and no further treatment was advised.

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

Dear Dr. Mann,
Congratulations! Great successful case treated by homeopathy!

Because these skin lesions appear to have central umbilication, would you consider the diagnosis of molluscum contagiosum rather than warts?

Dr. Ravinder S. Mann said...

Yes of course, it is Molluscum Contagiosum. I have treated this case just over phone after listening the history and case is diagnosed by a Assist. Professor of Dermatology, of All India Institute of Medical Sciences who practiced at Faridabad. Later, when case was cured i was sent photographs by patient.

Anonymous said...

Hello Dr. Mann,

I have the same skin condition. It is on my face, neck, arms and shoulders. Would the dosage be the same for my case?

Regards

Dr. Ravinder S. Mann said...

Not two cases are same in real. Eruptions and rashes seems similar may be quite different. So it is better to take advise on your case. Please go through the "Consult Us" page and follow instructions.