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So it looks as though I have a pernicious little infection of molluscum contagiosum. I've gone for one cryotherapy treatment, and I am making an appointment for next Friday to get another one.
However, it is a pretty intense infection, and I had been scratching and rubbing as a normal human tends to do with their body, long before I realized I had a communicable infection. I want to be able to treat new, small infections that might arise on my chest, arms, or god forbid, face, before they autoinoculate and spread into larger infections.
Is there any kind of cryotherapy I could do at home? Is there any way to obtain liquid nitrogen or similar extreme-cold substances, which I could then administer with a q-tip? Preferably something that won't destroy my floor if I knock it over?
Salicylic acid is a possible treatment for molluscum but it's more of a long-term thing. I'd like something to suppress an early infection, and cryotherapy is the most efficient.
I'd rather not be reduced to eviscerating my bumps with a toothpick or sharp knife.