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sebaceous cyst under my scalp

hi,

i am a 28 year old male. I have had this cyst from since i was around 24 at least when it was a lot smaller. Now it is about the size of a half dollar coin/ and feels like a golf ball size.

i have from what it feels like, a golf ball sized sebaceous cyst under my scalp. It is about 1.5 inches long and at least 1 inch wide, and maybe 1 to 2 cm above my scalp.


General doctors have told me to leave it alone while it was small. Now it started growing bigger, and it really hurts alot.

I'm not sure if the homeopathic ways will work on a size like this or how to get a cyst that has gotten bigger to drain.

Is the skin supposed to break open? How is this possible with the size of the cyst? is surgery the only or best option here?

Is it possible to pop it with a needle or sharp object to drain it.

And do you have to remove the sac to prevent recurrence.

Will homeopathic remedies remove this sac?

Some professional advice is appreciated. I would like to know how to remove it best as possible.

Thanks





Dr.
 
  jccz1 on 2009-02-10
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
You have to treat homoeopathically for it as it is growing.There are so many medicines for this conditions
 
PANNAKKAL last decade

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