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Sebaceous cysts on Testicals

i think i have Sebaceous cysts on my testicals. ot it may be Idiopathic calcinosis. I have been checking google images for similar conditinos and these two sounded similar. I have attached an image. although its not as bad as image i have around 10 cysts more or less all at the same place and really annoying. they r not pain full but do some times feel like itching them. i have had them for atleast 6/7 years now. any help in this matter will be appreciated. if you can please tell me which medicine to take and how ooften n method it will be great :)
I have got it checked from doctors n they said that its nothing to be scared off but the number has doubled in last 4 years n they dont seem to go away after a while. for example the one i had 8 years a go is still there probably a micro milimeter bigger in size now but still there
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  recluze on 2010-11-14
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
I am also suffering from sebaceous cysts on my testicles, I have same kind of cysts show in above pic. Once I went to a Allopathic doctor, he applied some acid which bursts the cyst and it cured after 3 weeks, but again appearing at different places, is there any permanent solution in Hemeopathy? please help us.

sekhar07 last decade
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