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Sebaceous cyst

Hi, everyone. I just started taking Myristica Sebifera 200c today and as I seen in other posts is 1 every 5 days, right? Then with the Silicea potency I'm cofused can anybody help?

Thanks in advance.
 
  Jorace on 2010-05-09
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On which part of the body ...do you have the cyst?

What kind of a cyst do you have ....describe in detail..also upload a picture ..if you can.

Not necessary that Myristica will work for all kind of cysts.

Depending upon the kind of cyst...the treatment can be entirely different.

Pankaj Varma
 
PANKAJ VARMA 9 years ago
Sebaceous cysts (epidermal cysts) may be a foreign term to you, but many women have indeed experienced them -- perhaps without really knowing what they were at the time.

Sebaceous cysts are small lumps or bumps just under the skin. To be more specific, they are closed sacs that contain keratin -- a 'pasty' or 'cheesy' looking protein that often has a foul odor.

Although they are usually found on the face, neck, and trunk, they also occur in the vaginal area or other parts of the genitalia. In cases of the latter, it is not uncommon for women to fear that they are the result of genital herpes. But genital herpes create a blister-type sore that eventually becomes crusty, not just a bump or lump under the skin.

What Causes Sebaceous Cysts?
Sebaceous cysts are often the result of swollen hair follicles or skin trauma.
Symptoms and Signs/Symptoms of Infection
Sebaceous cysts are usually painless, slow-growing, small bumps or lumps that move freely under the skin. It's important not to touch or try to remove the substance inside to prevent tenderness, swelling, and infection of a sebaceous cyst.

Occasionally, infections may occur. Signs or symptoms that may indicate infection of sebaceous cysts include:

* redness

* tenderness

* increased temperature of the skin over the bumps or lumps

* greyish white, cheesy, foul-smelling material draining from the bump or lump

How Are Sebaceous Cysts Diagnosed ?
Sebaceous cysts, to the trained eye, are usually easily diagnosed by their appearance. In some cases, a biopsy may be necessary to rule out other conditions with a similar appearance. You should see your doctor to get a formal diagnosis if you suspect that you have a sebaceous cyst.

Source: http://womenshealth.about.com/cs/dermatology/a/sebaceouscyst....
 
PANKAJ VARMA 9 years ago
Myristica and Silicea treatment...... as regimented by me on other threads ...is for a pilonidal cyst ...which is a pus filled cyst that appears on the back side of the body little above the last part of the spine and little below the level at which we tie a belt around the waist.

Pankaj Varma
 
PANKAJ VARMA 9 years ago
Pankaj Varma

On which part of the body ...do you have the cyst?

Scalp

What kind of a cyst do you have ....describe in detail..also upload a picture ..if you can.

It is a sebaceoust cyst, I went to the dermatologist and that's what he said.

It is like an inch in diameter and like 0.25 inch in depth. It's hard and not soft like some other cysts. Let me know if this cyst can be treated with homeopathy and what procedure should be taken for treatment.

Regards,
Jorace
 
Jorace 6 years ago

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