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Bad Reaction from Cryotherapy

I was diagnosed with Molluscum Contagiosum on my penis, last Monday I had a cryotherapy treatment and my penis skin did not react so well. First let me start off by saying I feel that the doctor messed up, and here's why. This is my second treatment for this. The first treatment my previous doctor was very gentle, and only put the liquid nitrogen on the actually skin tags on my penis. This time, with my new doctor she very aggressively sprayed the are I have them, and the pain was 10 times worse. She did not give me any instructions either. Saying that, I cannot take it back so I need to figure out what to do. After I left the office the area she sprayed was very, very swollen. Same night of the procedure the swollen parts turned into what I believe is " bullous lesions". The next morning the big orange bubble(bullous lesion) was gone and turned into what it looks like now. I attached a picture of the open wound it has created. This may be irrelevant but I tried to get an erection, by doing things that would normally get me an erection such as watch porn and I cannot get hard. I have not gotten an erection since this procedure and I am scared and worried. My question is, what do I do? Do i let the open wound be and it will heal, do I treat it?
Thank you and god bless you.
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