I always think there is nothing like hearing a success story direct from a client’s parent. This is an email I received following only 1 focused appointment for Molluscum Contagiosum. The most common homeopathic medicine used for warts is Thuja Occidentalis but a homeopath will assess each person’s case individually so if Thuja isn’t working for you, don’t give up!
‘Dear Ms. Afnan,
I just want to thank you for your help and effective treatment of my daughter. I’ve actually been meaning to write you for several weeks now. All of the areas of molluscum contagiosum are completely clear. It took a few weeks to notice much happening, but as you predicted, after about 6 weeks of taking the treatment, they were nearly completely gone. After about two more weeks, you couldn’t see any evidence of the spots. I don’t think anybody (besides me!) thought it would actually work, and how wonderful it has been to show them they should have been more optimistic! We are all so happy she can be confident showing her arms and the backs of her knees again.’
Incase you’re not sure what molluscum contagiosum is, here’s some information from web MD:
This is a common viral infection on the skin that more often disturbs children. It causes firm bumps known as papules which are painless. If these papules are injured or scratched, this infection may spread to the surrounding skin.
The papules are round with a dimple in the center. They are a little smaller in size than the eraser on the end of a pencil. They may appear alone or in groups. They most often appear on the trunk, face, eyelids, or genital area. The bumps may become inflamed and turn red as your body fights the virus.
The virus commonly spreads through skin-to-skin contact. This includes sexual contact or touching the bumps and then touching the skin. Touching an object that has the virus on it, such as a towel, also can spread the infection. The virus can spread from one part of the body to another. Or it can spread to other people, such as among children at school. The infection is contagious until the bumps are gone.