hidradenitis suppurativaCan anyone tell me if they have this disease and are there any homeopathic treatments.
TBZHDOGG on 2007-04-14
TBZHDOGG last decade
Hidradenitis is a chronic disease of the apocrine glands (a form of sweat gland found on certain parts of the body). For unknown reasons, people with hidradenitis develop plugging or clogging of their apocrine glands. It causes chronic scarring and pus formation of the underarms (axilla) and groin/inner thigh areas. In women it can also occur under the breasts. It is similar to acne, which is also a disease of the sebaceous glands. Hidradenitis is more common in people who have had acne. It may be an unusual type of adult acne.
This condition is slightly more common in women and African-Americans. Hidradenitis usually starts as one or more red, tender, swellings in the groin or armpits. Over a period of hours to days the lesions enlarge and often open to the skin surface draining clear to yellow fluid. The involved area then heals with scarring. The condition usually continues for years with periods of flare and remission.
Bacterial infection produces the pain and odor. Hidradenitis is made worse by being overweight, however this condition is not caused by obesity and weight loss will improve but not cure hidradenitis. Hidradenitis may become worse under stress. Hidradenitis is not caused by poor hygiene
Only homoeopathic medicine will give you permanent relief from this disease.
Merc sulph 30c try this medicine when sweeling and pain is unbearable .three times in a day for week. Reoccureence of hidradenitis.
Myristica C 30c Whent Total WBC count is more than 10,000 then this medicine is working very nicely.
For the treatment photographs of the affected area is required for distant treatment.
♡ deoshlok last decade
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