I posted this time last year. I picked up MC when I was in Cuba in March of 2009. It could have been from the side of the pool, a pool chair, a towel...anywhere really. I went to the doctor in April and was diagnosed with some kind of dermatitis. When it didn't go away I knew something was wrong. I did some digging online and sure enough, as a lot of you did as well, I self diagnosed myself with MC.
I went to a doctor who immediately confirmed what I thought. He burned the spots all off. It was not comfortable, but the pain could have been a lot worse.
To help the process I ordered some special oil from online to help if anymore spots popped up, which they did. I also used tea tree oil, and new skin to seal the area. The spots went away. I NEVER popped them myself.
A year later, the spots are completely gone and have been consistently for almost ten months. It WILL go away. Take vitamins, use natural solutions, but I would not recommend popping them. While many people do, and it may work for them...I just don't think it's the best way to "get rid of it."
Hold on to hope! It will go away!
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