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Sebaceous hyperplasia

I'm having skin colored bump on my nose for many years that was earlier a pimple and afterwards converted to sebaceous hyperplasia (enlarged oil gland). It does not look good and I want to get rid of it. So is there any homeopathic remedy which could cure it.
 
  Ramneek on 2017-03-18

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How is your acne now
I have read your previous posts
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mnaari on 2017-03-19

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as you have read all the posts so you must be knowing that i had undergone treatment wherein large no of medicines were prescribed but there was no benefit. So recently i decided to go for self medication and first of all i took calc sulph 6x that after a single dose caused burning sensation on back and one or two cysts appeared. Then i took Nux vom 30 but again symtomps got worse. and finally the remedy which did wonder was Kali brom 30 c the first dose of which started giving results and i took three doses in total and stopped thereafter as i did not want to bear the complicatiins of medicine because generally all homeopaths prescribe that further doses should not be taken until earlier doses exhaust their working and to this time even if i am not 100% cured but there are reaults by upto 70%.

 
Ramneek on 2017-03-20

For the bumb on nose try
Silicea 6x
Calc flour 6x
3 tablets each three times a day
Report after a week

 
mnaari on 2017-03-21

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