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If you have small, hard bumps that look like donuts on your skin, it’s a sign that you may have molluscum contagiosum. But only a nurse or doctor can tell you for sure.

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What are the symptoms of molluscum contagiosum?

If you notice any abnormal skin irritation, rash, bumps, or blisters that don’t go away on their own after a few days, it’s best to have them checked out by a nurse or doctor.

A doctor can do an exam and diagnose molluscum contagiosum by looking at your skin.

Where can I get tested for molluscum contagiosum?

You can get a diagnosis for molluscum contagiosum (and other STDs) at your doctor’s office, a community health clinic, the health department, or your local Planned Parenthood health center.

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