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Mulluscum Contagiosum on our pelvic/groin area?

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My boyfriend and I have recently been diagnosed with Mulluscum Contagiosum on our pelvic/groin area. His is much worse than mine and the dr said that most likely i got it from him since he has a lot more bumps and clusters, i only have 4 bumps. I have read that this is considred a STD in adults. I am 56 & my bf is 67. I have not been with anyone else but my bf in 10 months. Does this mean that he has most likely been unfaithful.


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replied February 16th, 2011
Sexual Health - Women Answer A19709
Hi,
Welcome to ehealthforum.
Molluscum contagiosum can get spread via many routes. Skin to skin contact, via sexual contact, contact with infected objects like towels, clothes, in patients with weakened immune system due to any viral infection, spread is also known to happen in swimming pools too. Hence the infidelity or unfaithfulness of your partner cannot be based on the infection status.
Consider getting both treated aggressively to get the lesions under control. Visit a dermatologist for further management and regular follow-up to prevent spread and re-infection after treatment.
Take care.



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