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AS you will be responding in a few days, this morning I was told this: both my breasts have extensive dense parenchyma distributed throughout. Also, multiple tiny cyststhroughout. A complex lobulated 5mm cyst in the left breast at 2 oælock. Right has 4mm hypoechoic nodule at 3 oælock, and a 7x4x7 mm hypoechoic nodule at 5 o clock. There is a mildly prominent duct at the 3 o clock radian of the lefgt breast. I have phoned the cancer society to find out what I should do, but the technician who wrote the reports states that the solid lesions are most likely fibroadenoma and that they have a benign appearance. Follow up in six months. I want you to know this just in case, there is something homeopathic that I can do. Thanks and have a beautiful day. Mamma
 
Mamma last decade
Hi Mamma,

Please take 3 doses of Natrum Mur 30c.

15ch might have been too low.

So, let us try a higher potency.

Sameer
 
sameervermani last decade
I will try this, thank you very much. Mamma
 
Mamma last decade

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