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sebaceous cysts on nose

I'm a 44 year old female diagnosed with Rosacea. My face has always had redness to it, but during the past 6 months, I developed a flesh colored, filled 'sac' on the right side of my nose. There seems to be a slight, small red dot in the center. A biopsy discovered it was an overgrown oil gland. I really don't want to take Rx medications and I have no insurance to pay...please help, I've controlled the redness with diet, but the cyst on the nose is not changing.
  zaksmom on 2008-01-21
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please take SILICEA 200C one dose in the morning for a week only.

this will dry up the sac and start the cure.

come back after 15 days.
rishimba last decade

Mahfoozurrehman last decade
Thank you both for your input. It will take me a while to get the Silicea, but when I start it, I'll post again. May God reward you for your help.
zaksmom last decade
I still haven't started the silicea. A friend of mine knows a homeopathic doctor in Pakistan who suggest I take a 1 time 1,000 dose of Syphilinum. How does this sound to you? I've never done this before, are there side effects? I don't want to introduce my body to some new troubles!
zaksmom last decade
whats your family health history..

do you have any ulcers in your family..

do you have any suicides in your family..

what other diseases do u generally suffer from.
rishimba last decade

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