According to the official game guide, "There are but two ways to cure yourself of vampirism: -You can contract Lycanthropy. The blood ritual that transforms you into a werewolf will cure any diseases you have. Of course, you now have other, more hairy problems to deal with... -Or, you can visit a mage called Falion in Morthal, the Hold Capital of Hjaalmarch, and complete Side Quest: Rising at Dawn.
Same happened with me. It's not to hard. First go to any inn/pub and ask the bartender about any rumors going around. He will instruct you to go to Falion in Morthal. His house is next to Alva's house. Talk to him and tell him to cure you. You must buy a black soul gem from him and dump any other soul gems you carry. Then find an enemy, use the spell so"soul trap" on them, and kill them. this will fill your black soul gem. Bring the filled black soul gem back to Falion. He will tell you to meet him at a certain location at dawn (6:00). He will perform the excersism on you and then you will be cured.
Lol I just responded to another person's exact same question and I know this question is probably dead but for future refrences here this is from the wiki all credit goes there:
"Another way of curing vampirism is via console commands; open the console and type, setstage 000EAFD5 10. By using the console command code showracemenu to change the Dragonborn's race, vampirism is immediately removed. This is also true of the changesex command"
Look for any innkeeper and say heard any rumors? They may say that a guy named falion in morthal is....and it will start the quest rising at Dawn.go to falion u will need a black soul gem, you can buy 1 from him but it will not be filled.when you give him it meet him at the ritual place at dawn(5-6am)and he will perform the ceremony to cure it. Hope this helps!!!
Yes you can, but why. There are many techniques to pwning the vampire disabilities and reaping the positive abilities. Wear jewelry that is enchanted with regeneration of Magika, Health, and Fatigue. Wear a hood, it allows you to move faster in sunlight. And besides, with the Dawnguard DLC, you can have your way with a huge castle, and the wenches within it! Except Serana, she... just doesn't swing that way I guess...
yeah i agree, with scholar; i went out of my way to contract it. you could contract lycanthrope, to cure it, if you already did the companions questline and forfeited lycanthrope status to become a vampire in dawnguard dlc, Aela will perform the ceremony again with you if asked. and as mentioned above there is a sidequest with Falion in Morthal. it is quite possible to do many quests at night and many are in dungeons, etc. so then sunlight isnt really a concern.
You can become a werewolf as part of the Companions' quest line. Those quests provide the cure to lycanthropy as well, so you can cure that if you aren't interested in that. You can also ask a bartender or innkeeper about rumors, and they'll tell you to find Falion in Morthal. To complete the quest, you'll need a black soul gem with a human soul in it. Cast soul trap on an elf, human, orc, Argonian, or Khajiit and kill them to take their soul.
You can do Falion's quest numerous times, but you can only become a werewolf one more time if you choose to cure it as part of the side quests if you have Dawnguard installed. If you have Sanguinare Vampiris but haven't turned into a vampire yet, you can pray at a shrine, drink a potion of cure disease, or eat an ingredient that cures ailments.
Basicly I played the game on XBox 360 Version so what I thought was for you to go to the Dawn Guard and if they kill you ( is what I think since I have Vampiresism it might work ) you will become Imperial, Nord, etc.